MICKY Mellon is still remaining coy on his Barnsley future.

Mellon has taken the reins for the last two matches, winning away at Brighton and narrowly losing out at table-topping Burnley.

The Oakwell club have yet to issue a statement on the possible search for a new manager to replace David Flitcroft, leaving fans guessing about his successor.

"It’s as we are, I’ve just been asked to keep ticking things along as best as possible," Mellon said.

"There’s been absolutely no dialogue with anybody about whether any decision is going to be made about the manager’s job.

"I’ve got a job and I’ve got to be respectful of the people above me. I’ve not been told any differently.

"We’ve just got to be professional, keep the players focused and get on with it. I know it’s all about the results."

Top scorer Chris O'Grady could return from a calf injury for Saturday's home clash with fellow strugglers Yeovil Town, in what's already been labelled as a massive game in the Reds' stuttering season.

* Ex-boss Flicker was announced as the new manager of League Two side Bury on Monday.