The Giallorossi have suffered a dip in form, which has seen them slip out of the race for Champions League places, but the trainer insisted he is solely focused on the next game
The Italian capital club have been in poor form of late as they have not won in their last four games. As a result qualification for next season's Champions League is now only a distant possibility.
Despite this, the Spanish coach believes he can still lead the Giallorossi into the Europa League in his first season, and is thinking about the task at hand rather than his uncertain future.
"My future? At the moment all that counts is the future of Roma, which is the match against Catania," he told reporters in a prematch press conference.
"Two games remain, and they will determine where we end up in the league. We have been chasing European football since the beginning of the season, let's see if we are able to reach it.
"Then I will meet with the club executives. It will be an important meeting."
Rumours in Italy are rife that the former Barcelona B trainer will not be in the Stadio Olimpico dugout next term, with Andre Villas-Boas a potential replacement.