Antonio Tapia has said that Malaga have made him a new contract offer but at the moment they have not come to an agreement.
The coach will see his current deal run out at the end of June and, after taking Malaga to the top-half of the table this year, there have been rumours that he could leave Andalucia.
Speaking about his future today though, the coach revealed that "the club have made me an offer and for the time being there is no meeting point".
"I am not unhappy with the club and nor are they with me. My idea is to finish this season, we still have a game left, and in football everything can change in a day," AS quote him as saying.
The coach went on to state that he wants to "enjoy" what the team has achieved this season and underlined that he does not have any offers from elsewhere and if he did, "the president would be the first to know".
"Malaga have made me an offer, I have studied it and there is nothing else with anyone," he said.
With regards to the situation of Inaki Goitia, who was not in the squad against Real Betis as he is set to move there this summer, Tapia stated that he did "not refuse to play".
He said the "decision to not call up Inaki was made because of the situation he is in" and insisted "he is a professional who knew his position and the best thing was for him not to play".
James Walker-Roberts, Goal.com