Uniquely, Antic has run Barcelona, Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid
Radomir Antic says he wants to stay on as Serbia's national coach.
The 69-year-old, who took over in August 2008, guided Serbia to a 1-0 win over Germany in their opening match of the World Cup finals in South Africa.
But his side finished bottom of Group D after losing their final two games against Ghana and Australia.
Antic said: "When I signed a contract with the Serbian Federation I accepted a contractual obligation and I have no intention of going back on it."
The Serbia boss, who has managed the likes of Spanish trio Barcelona, Real Madrid and Real Oviedo, added: "I think that we made a good impression.
"We beat Germany and gave it our all in trying to win our third match [against Australia]. I believe that those are sufficient grounds for me to continue in charge of the national side."
Antic, who played 100 times for Luton Town between 1980-84, could be forced to take a pay cut.
Tomislav Karadzic, president of the Football Association of Serbia, has said he wants to lower Antic's £1.2m salary after the nation's failure to get out of the group stages.
Antic's side would have reached the last 16 had they been awarded a late penalty in their final group game against Australia.
Nemanja Vidic's header appeared to make contact with Tim Cahill's arm but referee Jorge Larrionda, who failed to award a goal after England's Frank Lampard's shot crossed the line in their second-round clash with Germany, waved play on.