Gary Neville's future as Valencia boss reportedly hinges on whether Los Che can overcome Espanyol in this weekend's La Liga clash.
The Spanish outfit avoided another defeat on Wednesday night as they held Barcelona to a 1-1 draw in the second leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final.
Valencia exited the competition 8-1 on aggregate, however, and have still not won in the league since Neville took control at the start of December.
According to Sport, whether Neville remains in the hotseat will depend on Saturday's clash with Espanyol, who have lost their last two in Spain's top flight – conceding 11 times and failing to score in the process.
It is thought that Curro Torres, who currently manages Valencia's B team, will be given the chance to impress if Neville is relieved of his duties this weekend.