Robert Moreno is unwilling to open up on his exit from the Spanish national team following the return of Luis Enrique.
Moreno, who has been in charge since March 2019 following Enrique's exit for personal reasons, stepped down early this week, following the return of the former Barcelona man.
Enrique stepped down from his post to take care of his nine-year-old daughter, who at the time was battling cancer.
In his absence, Moreno led Spain to the Euro 2020 finals with five wins and two draws, but was reportedly in tears after their 5-0 win over Romania, their last match of the qualifying campaign.
It was further confirmed that Moreno will not join Enrique's coaching staff, despite deputizing the latter before his stepping down.
Speaking on Thursday to the media in Madrid, Moreno refused to give more details on his exit, saying 'he would be in trouble' if he spoke.
"I don't want to enter into a spiral of reproaches," he said when asked why he did not take his role as an assistant coach.
"I don't know what happened. Ask Luis Enrique. If I speak, it won't be good for me," he added when pressed on why he would not be making a return to the team.
"I think the best thing for both parties is that it stays between us. If the other party wants, he can talk. I have nothing to say because I don't think it's good for anyone.
"First of all, for me. And you'll allow me to think of myself at this moment,"