Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has revealed he is not interested in extending his stay at the Etihad in the near future.
Guardiola's contract with City is set to expire in the summer of 2023 he had been tipped to put pen to paper on fresh terms in the wake of Jurgen Klopp's own extension at Liverpool.
However, the Spaniard has now revealed that he plans to let his current contract expire before sitting down and evaluating whether signing an extension is the right move for both himself and the Premier League leaders.
"If I extend my contract, it will be at the end of next season," Guardiola said.
"Before it's not going to happen. I'm here since many years and I need to see how we feel together, me and the team."
"I'd like to stay ten more years - but we have to take time for that, absolutely."
Guardiola has helped City if the Premier League three times and is on the verge of securing the fourth this season.