Warnock has come under increasing pressure from supporters to quit in recent weeks amid a poor run of results that has severely dented the club's promotion hopes.
Chants of 'Warnock - time to go' rang out from the away end during Sunday's 4-0 FA Cup exit at the hands of Manchester City.
But while Warnock understands why he is the focus of fans' anger, he remains defiant that he was always set to leave at the end of the season if he failed to achieve promotion to the top flight.
"I don't think any manager can say they enjoy it (the chants) but I understand where it's coming from, there isn't anybody else around so I'm going to get the brunt of it," Warnock told the club's official website.
"I have spoken with the owners about the future and I've always said all along that I want to get promotion and nothing has changed. If I don't get promotion I won't be here next season, so I can't be fairer than that.
"It's not like I've signed a 10-year contract. I didn't want a long contract, I just wanted one year to have a go at it and while we've got an opportunity we've got to give it a go.
"That's why I'm asking the fans to get behind the lads, because they are a genuine bunch.
"It's a lot different to when I came through the door 12 months ago. I can't fault the attitude of any of the players. We are lacking a bit of quality in certain areas but I think they have done well overall during my 12 months.
"We haven't had the consistency that we have needed but we have had opportunities to be up there, so it's our own doing and we've just got to get on with it now. Blackpool with a new manager will be difficult."