Frank Francisco will keep his job as Mets closer, manager Terry Collins said before Monday's game with the Brewers.

"Yes, for the moment," said Collins, who added there wasn't anything physically wrong with Francisco. Collins said the closer would work on his mechanics with pitching coach Dan Warthen and that the team had video proof that he was tipping his pitches.

"I'm not sure, I might be. I've got a couple of (things) that I want to change, but I'm not sure. But I'm going to change it just in case. I saw a couple of things (on video). I'm not 100-percent sure, but we've got to do something about it,'' said Francisco, who added that the faith Collins has shown in him just helps his own psyche.