“If players’ contracts are either about to end – like Clint Hill or Kenny, by the end of May – or whether they have longer contracts, they all finish under my supervision, so just because I haven’t spoken to Kenny or anyone else, it means nothing regarding their continuation here or having their contracts ended,” Caixinha said, as quoted by the Telegraph.
“That’s all I can tell you now. Kenny’s doing great and he’s a player I like to have in the squad because I’m not playing and I can’t be on the bench with a remote control so you need to have coaches [on the pitch] as well, players with that experience and understanding of the game.
“I am the one who chooses the time. Not him, not you, not anyone. When you are taking decisions, you are not just affecting the footballer, you are affecting everything. When I have a decision and that decision is not to continue, they need to know that from me directly.”