Inter Milan head coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes the club have already made a decision about his future.
• Moratti: Stramaccioni could stay
Stramaccioni replaced sacked boss Claudio Ranieri in March after impressing as Inter's youth team boss, having lifted the NextGen Series trophy in its inaugural season.
He has helped steady the ship since being handed the role, with the club sixth in the Serie A table, although it is unknown if he will be kept on full-time.
"President Massimo Moratti is free to choose what he thinks is best and I think he's already made a decision," Stramaccioni told the Gazzetta dello Sport. "I believe he knows what he wants to do."
Stramaccioni went on to confirm he has no inention of returning to his position as Primavera coach, adding: "I won't go back to the youth team.
"I could have spent a second season with them had all of this not happened this term. In terms of my own personal development, it would not be right for me to go back there."