Last Updated: Thu, 21 May 2009 15:03
Inverness boss Terry Butcher claims he will stay on as Caley boss next season even if the Highlanders are relegated from the SPL.
Butcher's side are just two points above bottom placed Falkirk going into the final weekend of the SPL and the two sides meet at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium on Saturday.
A point would be enough for Caley to secure their place in the SPL next season, but Butcher says he will stay on with Inverness even if the Bairns pick up all three points and condemn the Highlanders to relegation.
"I have started something and I want to finish it," the Caley boss told The Press and Journal. "If it means going down then so be it. The club will move forward whether they are in the SPL or not.
"If we went down we would be prepared, but you have to be positive in these circumstances and not be negative. There has been no negativity since I came to the club. It has always been positive.
"Even if it doesn't happen for us and we are relegated we will still be positive and start planning to come back up.
"I am quite relaxed about it, but at the same time I desperately want survival. Everything is geared towards SPL football, but we know what will happen if it does not.
"In business, you must have a Plan A and a Plan B, at least we know what direction we are going to go in."
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