The former Reading boss confirmed that he was still in charge at Elland Road during a press conference on Monday afternoon.
"I've no idea if I'm more secure now. I can't answer that. The most important thing in football is to win games," he told reporters.
"When I came in, I signed a three-year deal and we talked about a long-term vision with a direction for the football club with stability.
"Basically I'm responsible for all football matters at the club. No one will be invited to the dugout or dressing room to talk to the players unless I okay it. I'm assured I talk to [current owners] GFH and GFH only."
Leeds continue their Championship campaign on Saturday when they travel to Yeovil Town.