Ian Holloway will meet Crystal Palace's co-chairman Steve Parish on Tuesday with uncertainty growing over the manager's future after the club's 4-1 defeat by Fulham here on Monday night and a post-match discussion between the pair that lasted for more than an hour.

Holloway having arrived at his post-match press conference just after 11.15pm insisted his meeting with Parish had centred on the match in which Palace surrendered a seventh-minute lead given to them by Adrian Mariappa to suffer their seventh defeat in eight Premier League games this season. He did not deny that he and Parish had discussed his future.

"We talk all the time and I'll be speaking to him tomorrow morning" said Holloway whose team next face a daunting visit from Arsenal on Saturday. "It's about what's right for the football club and that's what it will always be about for me and Steve."

Asked if he and Parish had spoken about his future at Palace Holloway replied: "I'm not talking about my future at this football club. Me and the chairman signed all these players together in the summer and he always comes down after a game to have a chat. It was just a bit longer this time because I spent longer with the players trying to pick them up."

Palace in Holloway's words "had the stuffing knocked out of them" by two stunning first-half Fulham goals from Pajtim Kasami and Steve Sidwell but he outlined his disappointment with how the hosts conceded twice more after the break from set pieces with Dimitar Berbatov and Philippe Senderos scoring from Bryan Ruiz corners.