Neil Warnock is to hold crunch talks with Crystal Palace's administrators this morning and admits his own future at the club is uncertain.

The Eagles manager flew back to London straight after last night's 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United and is scheduled to meet with the P & A Partnership at 9am.

The talks will be aimed at finding just what is going to happen to the club and Warnock was very non-committal when asked if he would be staying at Palace.

“My future is as unclear as the club's but I will tell you now I want to manage at the top again, I'm really enjoying it,” he said.

“I'm disappointed as in all honesty I have not seen a better team than us and I think we could have gone up so I am bound to be disappointed at 61 that I have not got a chance of going up when I want to.

“I can't really say anything about what is happening though because I don't really know anything.

“ I love working at Palace, the fans have been fantastic and they trust me.

“It has been really good and all I can do is my best and we will have to see what circumstance develop in the next few weeks.

“This has never happened to me before.

“I am seeing the administrator in the morning and we will have a chat and just see what he is going to do.

“I don't think we ought to decimate the squad.

“If he's got problems then Victor Moses and the odd one other could go but if we are talking four or five then I can't walk across the water just yet.”

Warnock was told not to play Moses last night so he didn't get injured but revealed he had already chosen to drop the youngster anyway.

“I had already told Victor in the morning he wasn't playing as his mind is not on it really,” he said.

“It's not fair on the lad with everything that is going on so when they told me they didn't want me to play him so I said, 'okay, if that's the case I'll agree with you'.”