Last Updated: Wed, 07 Nov 2012 11:10
Blackpool caretaker-boss Steve Thompson admits he remains in the dark over the managerial situation at Bloomfield Road.
Reports have emerged that chairman Karl Oyston has targeted Portsmouth boss Michael Appleton as the man he wants to appoint as successor to Ian Holloway, who left on Saturday to take over at npower Championship rivals Crystal Palace.
But Thompson has given Oyston plenty of food for thought after Thomas Ince's eighth goal of the campaign and Ludovic Sylvestre's late strike helped the Tangerines secure an impressive 2-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday - their first triumph in six attempts.
"We have been concentrating on the game so I don't know what the speculation is at the moment," Thompson, whose name was chanted a number of times by the travelling support, said.
"Karl will probably sit down and find out who is going to take over here. Whatever happens you have a fantastic bunch of players with some great support.
"Whoever comes in, whatever role I am taking, I will just give it 100 per cent like I always do at the club. You have got a special bunch in there and I will speak to the chairman either on the way home or some time (on Wednesday)."
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