Regardless of what division Barnsley are competing in next season, it seems manager Danny Wilson is very much in it for the long haul at Oakwell.
The length of the 54-year-old’s contract remains undisclosed, although it is thought to run until the end of the 2013/14 season.
But Wilson decided to remove any “confusion” over his long-term situation prior to the 4-1 triumph at Yeovil Town, confirming he will be in charge of the Reds whether or not they win their Championship survival battle.
Speaking at his press briefing this week, Wilson said he wants there to be stability at the club.
Willson, handed the reins at Barnsley for the second time back in December, said: “There has got to be a structure put in place where there is no uncertainty.”
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