BLACKPOOL manager Ian Holloway has renewed his call for reassurances from Blackpool over the ambition of the club.
In his Sunday Mirror column yesterday, Holloway stated: “I will be sitting down with my chairman Karl Oyston this week to discover whether he still wants the same things that I do.
“I know Mr Oyston was as proud as me about the way our team played at Wembley ... but I am hoping that when I meet up with him he will give me assurances that we will all redouble our efforts to achieve our aims next season.
“I believe that me and my players worked miracles this season to finish in fifth place and then reach the play-off final.
“The Oyston family see themselves as the guardians of our club – and rightly so. But I don’t want to gamble on the future of Blackpool, I just want to be given some more help in once again defying the odds.”