Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has revealed he will speak about his future at the right time.
This comes after Belgium were knocked out of the Euro 2020 by Italy in Munich on Friday night. Leonardo Bonucci's early goal was canceled after he was judged offside, however, Nicolò Barella gave Italy a deserved lead after 30 minutes of play.
Lorenzo Insigne then doubled Italy's lead but Romelu Lukaku reduced the deficit just before halftime, scoring from the spot. It was an exciting second half with Italy holding on to advance to the last four of the Euro 2020.
"Well, obviously, this is a moment that is very, very difficult to speak anything else than the defeat and that we are out of the Euros," said Martinez when asked about his future following his side's 2-1 loss.
"As I say, at the moment, it's still too raw. And I do not want to say anything that it could be (seen as) emotional."
"At the moment, all I want to do is look back into this tournament and I would say that the players have done nothing wrong. It is the opposite."
"They did everything they could to get us as far as we can (at Euro 2020). And now is the time to analyze and to assess. But, at the moment, the feelings of disappointment and sadness, unfortunately, is what is in my head now."
The Spaniard signed a new contract last year through to the 2022 World Cup.