Arsene Wenger hasn't ruled out the possibility of becoming England manager – but will see out his existing contract with Arsenal if that was to happen.
The Gunners' boss, who has one year left on his current deal at the Emirates after almost 20 years in charge, isn't sure where his future lies.
"Could I manage England, why not? I would never rule that out, but I am happy and focused in club football," he said in an interview with beIN Sports. "England is my second country.
"I have one more year to go with Arsenal and I have been with them for a long time. I have always respected all my contacts [throughout my career] and will continue to do that. What will I do after that? Honestly, I don't know."
Wenger also spoke about his surprise at how England were knocked out of Euro 2016.
"I was absolutely on my knees when England went out against Iceland. I couldn't believe it," he said.
"But when you watched the game you could sense, after 60 minutes, that the worst could happen.
"Did they panic or were they tired? I don't know, but England couldn't find an answer to what Iceland posed."