Despite a contract that runs through 2024, with a club option for 2025, New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Monday that he does not know if he will be invited back for next season.

The Yankees were a disappointing 78-77 heading into Monday afternoon's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks and were eliminated from playoff contention Sunday. The .503 winning percentage is not only the worst of Boone's six-year tenure, it is the club's worst since a .469 mark in 1992.

"No, I don't worry about it," Boone told reporters Monday when asked about his job security. "It's out of my hands. I'm completely comfortable with who I am and the things I can control."