Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello is unsure if he will be in charge next season, despite leading the club to the Primera Liga title last Sunday.
Capello guided Real to their first title in four years
"I have the feeling they will seek out a new architect for the new project," Capello, 61, told Onda Cero radio.
The Italian has two years left on his contract but may retire from coaching if he exits the Spanish outfit.
"If I had to leave, I would leave with my head held high," Capello told Gazzetta dello Sport.
I would like to stay here to win the Champions League
"The best teams already have a coach so I could retire two years before I intended.
"Without a doubt this has been the most difficult achievement of my career.
"I have felt like a salmon, forced to go against the current.
"Thanks to my assistants, we have been able to create a group that didn't exist and we have achieved a true miracle."
Asked whether he think he will stay, Capello added: "It's on the toss of a coin.
"All I know is that I would like to stay here to win the Champions League. I have already booked my flight (back to Spain) to return on 19 July because training starts on the 20th."
Getafe coach Bernd Schuster has been strongly linked with the managerial position at Real.
And Real president Ramon Calderon believes the issue of who will coach the club next season is a matter for sporting director Predrag Mijatovic.
"It is a job that will be developed by Mijatovic and his work group," Calderon told Marca newspaper.
"When I was elected president I did not choose the coach and I am not going to do it now. I do not have the capacity to choose him.
"Capello has been the best one at this time, without doubt, the ones in the sporting department must decide if he is the best to front the team for the coming year.
"It will be decided in the coming week."
But Calderon also added: "There is no need to choose because we already have a coach. There is no reason to talk to another that is not Capello."