THE future of Swindon Town boss Phil Brown remained uncertain this afternoon despite the club releasing an brief update on the situation.

Town confirmed that Brown and club chairman Lee Power had met to discuss his future yesterday, but were unable to clarify whether the former Hull City and Southend United boss would be remaining at the Energy Check County Ground

A Town statement read simply: "Chairman Lee Power and Phil Brown met last night to discuss the manager's position for the 2018/19 campaign and beyond.

"The club hope to make a further announcement in due course.''

Brown has made clear his desire to continue in the role on a number of occasions, most recently after leading Town to a 3-0 win in their final League Two match of the campaign against champions Accrington Stanley on Saturday.

He said: "“The decision is down to one man. He knows that I’m forthright, I know what my job is and an know what my role as a manager is.

“When people get in the way of that, they cloud the water and cloud judgement, so I need a little bit of clarity tomorrow.

“He (Power) will certainly get clarity from me. I’ll tell him my plans and if he goes with them, I’ll be manager next year and if he doesn’t, somebody else will be.''