Although Silva found it hard to turn Hull’s away form around, six wins in seven home league games gave the club a hope of survival until defeats in their last two games assured relegation back to the Championship.
Silva has no wish to head a promotion bid and is set to confirm his departure next week.
Hull fans will be hoping it is not the final match for boss Marco Silva who is among the early favourites to take over at Watford next term.
Asked if the club can match his ambitions in the Championship, Silva said: “That’s not an easy question”.
“We need to look for the future of the club”.
“It’s a big decision – in this moment I don’t have a decision and I need to analyse what is best for my career”.
“We met this week and they showed they have an interest in keeping me and my staff at the club”, Silva told BBC Radio Humberside.
“I’ve not had any other offers at this point but speculation is normal”.
“This is the truth and it is impossible to talk about the clubs, A, B, C or D. The most important thing is I’m here to work at Hull City, not to talk about other clubs”.
“Spurs are a very, very good team who have enjoyed a very good season, but we want to get a result for our fans”. Until now nothing has happened.
“At the moment the club looks at what is best for the club and it is for me and for the players to see what that situation is”. We started to talk during this week and we’ll meet again next week.
The 39-year-old has won praise for his impact at the club since replacing Mike Phelan in January, although he was unsuccessful in his efforts to steer them away from relegation from the Premier League.