Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels revealed he had rejected an approach from an English club after his side clinched seventh place in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League with a 2-1 victory at Dunfermline.
Shiels, who was recently linked with the Bournemouth job, appears to be waiting for a lengthy commitment from chairman Michael Johnston after discussing his long-term vision for the Ayrshire club.
Late goals from Liam Kelly and 19-year-old substitute Jude Winchester ensured a happy end to the season for the Scottish Communities League Cup winners in front of a jubilant away support at East End Park.
Shiels is out of contract in the summer and talks with Johnston have failed to come to fruition.
When asked about the contract situation, Shiels said: "I don't think I'm the right person to ask. I'm waiting on the chairman getting back to me so hopefully that will be concluded shortly.
"We've got a long-term plan in place and I want something that's commensurate with that. I've turned down a job this week. I was offered to go for an interview for a job on Wednesday and I didn't take it because I felt it was unfair. It was an English club, that's all I will say."
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies said: "I was quite pleased with the first half. We had two or three good opportunities in the last third.
"They dominated the second half and got the winner, although it could have happened at the other end. That was typical of what has gone on for them this season.
"This game was all about looking at players I've not had a chance to look at.
"We've got a lot of players out of contract, we'll have a meeting on Tuesday, and today just maybe confirmed one or two things that might happen and what I have to do."