Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that the lack of support from some fans after a decent draw against Lincoln may persuade him to leave the Valiants.
The Vale secured a 1-1 draw against the Imps but Aspin was still barracked by away fans during the game.
The taunts prompted him to tell the media: “I think you have to be honest. I think there are many people who don’t want me at the club, the supporters don’t want me at the club, obviously the travelling supporters.
“But I think the players do want me at the club. So, we will just have to see what happens. The players showed that they knew it was a vital game for me today and I thought they have all put in a shift and they have battled and that is all I could have asked. It has given me a lot of heart today but, like i say, if people don’t want me here, then maybe it is time for me to go.
“I have had a chat with the chairman yesterday and I will be seeing him again this week. But if you are playing the team top of the league and you are getting booed by your own supporters when you are playing quite well, them obviously you are not going to do anything really that is going to please them.
“I am up for it because I have got plenty of fight in me, but maybe my fight would be better suited to go somewhere else.”