Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has admitted that he misses the day-to-day responsibilities of club management and hinted he may step down after Euro 2012.
Prandelli, 54, has attracted the attention of Tottenham after impressing in his role with the Azzurri at the tournament, although the Italian press have speculated that a number of European clubs could compete to land him.
The former Fiorentina boss himself is happy in his role, but says he will think about his future this summer.
"I have a contract which ties me to the national team until 2014 and I have a great relationship with everyone," Prandelli told RaiSport. "But I have always said that I miss working on the training pitch on a daily basis. We'll finish the Euros and then we'll evaluate things."
Prandelli replaced Marcello Lippi as Azzurri boss after their dreadful 2010 World Cup and has experience of managing seven different Italian clubs across the divisions, including Parma and Roma.© ESPN