Croatia boss Slaven Bilic has revealed that he will quit from his position after the European tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
The 43-year-old manager, who has taken charge of Croatia in 2006, replacing Zlatko Kranjcar after a disappointing World Cup campaign, is willing to return to club management and will, therefore leave his position this summer.
"This is my last tournament in charge of Croatia. I have always given my best and, now, I am fully focused on the Euros. Afterwards I will be the biggest Croatia fan ‒ I have been a part of the national team for my whole life," Bilic told Uefa.com.
"We showed in 2008 that we know how to play and we will be ready again. I can't say that this side are better than in 2008, but I can say that I think I am better. We went to Austria to win the Euros and we are going with the same ambitions now."
Bilic has been constantly linked with a move to Besiktas and also admitted that he would not say no to a place at either the Premier League or Bundesliga.