Don Mattingly, who signed a three-year contract extension last winter, says he expects to return to the Los Angeles Dodgers and would be surprised if Ned Colletti wasn't retained as well.

Dodgers president Stan Kasten said he wouldn't comment on any potential personnel changes until early next week.

"I came to work today like every other meeting," Mattingly said. "Nobody's told me anything differently."

Mattingly and Colletti are believed to be under intense scrutiny after the Dodgers entered the 2014 season with a major league-record $235 million payroll and bowed out in the NLDS.

"I think we all expected to be playing still," Kasten said.