Barcelona boss Quique Setien will continue at the Camp Nou at least for the Champions League games following the 5-0 win over Alaves in their La Liga game.
The manner Barcelona lost the La Liga to Real Madrid pilled pressure on Setien but his team has been able to respond with the outing against Alaves.
It is unsure if the former Real Betis manager will be at the Barcelona dugout for the next season, but what is sure at the moment is that he will be in charge of the team for the Champions League.
The inability of Setien to deliver the La Liga title has left many of the club fans and some section the club directors to lose faith in him.
Setien has the next three weeks to put things in order before they welcome Napoli for the second leg of their Champions League clash.
The Champions League is the club’s final chance of lifting some silverware this season – not since the 2007/08 campaign as they failed to win at least one trophy.
Many were surprised after the former Real Betis manager failed to play the style of football he promised to bring to the Camp Nou and he was questioned by the club directors and his players.
The players are prepared to remain united and support the decision of the manager for the rest season as they aim to win the Champions League which is the only hope land a silverware this season.