On Wednesday night, Indonesia failed in their bid to turn around a three-goal first leg deficit in the home second leg of the Suzuki Cup final.
Riedl's men won the second leg 2-1, but it wasn't enough as Malaysia lifted the cup 4-2 on aggregate.
"The president of the Indonesian FA can kick me out tomorrow. But as long as I am in charge of the team, I will continue to make the decisions of how we play and who plays," Riedl was quoted on the competition's website as saying.
"I still have a 16-month contract with the team and I want to stay but you never know what will happen tomorrow."
The Austrian also refused to blame skipper Firman Utina for the result after he missed a penalty early on in the second leg which would have cut the deficit to just two goals.
"I want to thank the whole team for the commitment and discipline that they showed on the pitch," he said.
"In particular, I must thank the captain, Firman Utina, and Bambang Pamungkas, who is our team leader because they are my right hands on the field. But the whole team deserve to be proud of their success and the way that they have played in the tournament.
"Even if we had scored a penalty, a lot of things still could have happened so we will never know how big a difference it might have made."
Indonesia's effort to reach the final against Malaysia saw Utina named by the tournament as its most valuable player.