Yankees manager Joe Girardi isn't worried as he enters the final year of his contract, reports Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.
Team owner Hal Steinbrenner has already said that potential contract extensions for Girardi and GM Brian Cashman (whose deal also expires this year) will be addressed after the season.
"I don't think about how long I'm ever going to be someplace," Girardi said. "That's never my mentality. My mentality is, worry about this year. That has always been my mentality."
"God is going to put me where he wants me, bottom line," Girardi continued. "What I dreamed about (as a player), it was nothing like I thought it was going to be. And it turned out to be great. What I thought I would do as a manager turned out different. I went to Florida on a three-year deal and was there one year. I never thought I would be here as quickly as I was. That's why I don't worry about it."
Girardi has been the Yankees' manager since 2008, compiling a record of 819 wins and 639 losses, and guiding the team to the 2009 World Series title.
The Yankees have missed the playoffs three of the last four seasons.