The former Fulham manager has enjoyed a superb reign in charge of the Wales team, guiding them to the European Championship in 2016.
Wales reached the semi-finals and were expected to kick on and qualify for the World Cup in Russia but they missed out on a place in the play-offs.
Coleman's current contract is due to expire next summer but reports claim he could leave his post after Tuesday's friendly against Panama.
When asked about his future, Coleman admits he wants a quick decision.
He told reporters: "I think everybody would like it sorted, none of us gain anything by it dragging.
"That would be up to the powers that be, that won't be my decision. I think of course, without going over old ground, we know the situation.
"They already know my stance and how I see things, how I want to work, who I want to work with, how I want it to go.
"But they may not, they may say 'we don't see it that way'. And that is OK."