Genesio has come under fire in recent weeks after an inconsistent start to the season with OL eighth in Ligue 1 after eight games.
They have lost four times so far and are three points behind third-placed Marseille ahead of Friday’s clash with reigning champions Monaco.
Aulas is not rushing to replace Genesio but he is set to assess his position following the St Etienne clash on November 5.
He said: “We’ll assess the position after the derby. All coaches are in danger and we’re an ambitious club. If I have to change coach then that won’t bother me.
“If the results are better then we’ll keep working together. If we don’t manage that, then we’ll do something else.
“There’s no urgency to the situation. We’re six points behind Monaco and we host them in our next game. I’m going to tell you that come the end of the season we are going to be where we want to be – with or without Bruno – because we had a really good transfer window and we’ve got a super stadium.”
Liverpool have turned their attention to Bayer Leverkusen winger Bernd Leno but will have to move quickly if they are to land him.
Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj will remain at the club next season even if former boss Maurizio Sarri does take the Chelsea job.
Tottenham have until Friday to decide whether to return to Wembley next season while work on their new stadium is completed.
Swansea boss Graham Potter admits players will be moved on and anyone who does not want to stay will be allowed to go.
New Swansea boss Graham Potter insists he will 'take the lead' on recruitment as he looks to strengthen his squad this summer.
Arsenal have confirmed Freddie Ljungberg has been appointed as head coach of the Gunners Under-23 side.
Antoine Griezmann says he has made a decision on his future, but refused to clarify where he will be playing his football next season.