According to Pep Guardiola's brother Pere Guardiola, the Manchester City boss is still hopeful about managing a national team at some point in his career.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munch boss has never hidden his desire to lead an international team at a major tournament and he has been heavily linked with Argentina and Brazil in the past.
Pere Guardiola, who is his agent, part-owner of LaLiga side Girona and this week opened a branch of his Media Base Sports company in Brazil, said a role outside of the club arena still appeals to his brother.
When asked if Guardiola could ever take charge of a Campeonato Brasileiro side or the Selecao, Pere Guardiola told Globo Esporte: "Brazil has won everything with Brazilian coaches. I think you have good coaches, you don't have to have only foreigners.
"Pep has a dream of coaching a national team someday, but we'll see how it goes; what will be the moment, if he will receive an offer.
"It is not something for the present."
Pep's current contract in Manchester expires next summer, and speculation continues over his next move.