The Australian's two-year deal expires at the end of the season and little has been said by either party to suggest a new one will be forthcoming.
If anything, the former Newcastle assistant has had to survive reports he would be removed before his time was up as a result of some poor performances.
The Robins failed to make the play-offs for the first time in four years in 2012 and are currently ninth in the table following a series of disappointing results.
And writing in his programme notes ahead of the Challenge Cup fifth-round tie against Wigan, Hudgell claimed a decision could be imminent.
"We still have a position to resolve with Craig and his position," Hudgell said. "I anticipate that the board will move that decision on in the next few weeks too, so that we have clarity and certainty for everyone in good time to plan for next year and beyond."
Hudgell has been openly touting for investment in the club he has raised from the doldrums using his own money. He has said that funding will stop ahead of next season and added that he still needs to find a way to finance the club for the rest of the season.
"We have seen two potential enquiries fall by the wayside and I am hoping to bring another party back to the table later in the year," he said.
"I am working with several supporters and am near to putting a package together that will secure the future of the club from next year onwards. It does however leave us still to still navigate a path to the end of this year."