Terry Collins isn’t going anywhere yet.

Despite the Mets’ recent lackluster play, and the manager’s lame-duck status, general manager Sandy Alderson told The Post he hasn’t considered firing Collins.

“That’s not something that has entered my mind or any mind within the organization,” Alderson said before the Mets rallied with a David Wright home run in the ninth and two runs in the 10th to beat the Braves 7-5 last night in the opener of a three-game series. “Has it entered the minds of others in the media or what have you? Yes.”

Asked if he intends to keep Collins as manager for the entire season, Alderson responded: “Absolutely.”

The Mets are 12-15 and in fourth place in the NL East. They snapped a six-game losing streak with a 7-6 victory over the Marlins on Wednesday and have won two straight.

Alderson said he isn’t blaming Collins for the losing streak.

“He came into the season without a contract for next year and may not have one for next year through this season,” Alderson said. “But as I’ve told him and said before: This isn’t just about wins and losses, it’s about how we approach the game and fully taking into account what he has to work with.

“We talk from time to time and the [job status] subject comes up. I’m not trying to avoid the topic. It’s status quo. You go through a tough week and people like to immediately jump to conclusions and start discussing a doomsday scenario. A good first week isn’t necessarily any more of an indication than a bad fourth week.”

After losing a series finale to the Dodgers and then getting swept in three games by the Phillies, the Mets lost two games to the anemic Marlins before winning two straight.