Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said on Wednesday he plans to leave the English champions when his current contract ends in 2023 and hopes to eventually take charge of a national team.
"After seven years in this team, I think I'll take a break," said 50-year-old Guardiola.
"And in this process I'd like to coach a national team: South American, European ... I want to have the experience of a Copa America."
The former Barcelona player has won the Premier League title in three of his five seasons in charge of City and last term took them to the Champions League final, where they lost 1-0 to Chelsea.
Before that he won the Champions League twice with Barcelona and also lifted La Liga three times with the Catalans and as many Bundesliga crowns with Bayern Munich.
As a player he also won the old European Cup, Cup Winners' Cup and six La Liga titles with Barca.
However, he has yet to manage a national team, or win any trophies at international level.