CHERRIES’ caretaker manager Jonathan Woodgate is unsure over his future – despite leading Bournemouth to a 3-2 win over Birmingham City on his debut.

Scott Hogan’s brace, either side of goals for Arnaut Danjuma and Jack Wilshere, looked set to give City a share of the spoils until Philip Billing grabbed the winner with 13 minutes to go.

Woodgate, who came in as first-team coach before seeing predecessor Jason Tindall sacked days later, was tight-lipped when quizzed on his future by the PA.

He said: “My remit was to manage against Birmingham and that’s as far as it goes. I just wanted to get three points and it doesn’t matter how you get it.

“You can talk about philosophies and this and that forever but if you don’t get results, you’re not in the job.”

Woodgate also praised Tindall’s transfer business, adding: “Jack Wilshere’s got unbelievable talent and fair play to Jason (Tindall).

“He bought him in when maybe a few people were doubting him.”