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Despite flaming out of the 2016 postseason with a 3-0 wild-card loss to the San Francisco Giants, New York Mets manager Terry Collins believes he and the rest of his staff will stay put.

Collins met with general manager Sandy Alderson at Citi Field on Thursday, and indicated afterward that he expects the coaching staff will remain intact, according to Mike Puma of the New York Post.

Since Collins took over as Mets bench boss in 2011, last year was the first time his team made the postseason, let alone finished with a record above .500. In 2015, the Mets made it to the World Series before getting dropped by the Kansas City Royals.

Over six years, he has a 481-491 record, giving him a .495 winning percentage.