Guangzhou Evergrande head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has targeted more years of coaching and not ruled out managing at another World Cup.
“I don’t have any definitive plans,” the 68-year-old told Brazil’s SBT television channel. “I don’t work just so that I can be a part of another World Cup.
“But it’s ok to dream, because that [the World Cup] is obviously the peak. I feel in perfect condition to work for a lot longer.”
Despite his contract to Guangzhou Evergrande will be expired at the end of next year, Scolari insisted that he was not thinking about retirement.
The Brazilian took over as head coach at Guangzhou Evergrande in June 2015 and has guided the club to two Chinese Super League titles and an Asian Champions League triumph.