Tottenham boss Antonio Conte cannot guarantee his desire to stay next season.
A 5-0 win against Norwich on the final day of the season was enough to see off Arsenal and book a Champions League place, something Conte described as good as winning silverware.
But the Italian stopped short of committing himself to the club for the long term as he awaits talks with Daniel Levy and Fabio Paratici about the club’s future plans.
Speaking at Carrow Road, Conte said: “I always said at the end of the season, we will speak with the club and find the best solution for me and the club.
“Now for me, the club and the players it’s good to have three, four, five days of rest.
“Then with the mind clear, you can consider the whole season. You have to be calm before you talk.
“There is a lot of emotion in my mind, my heart now. For this reason, it would be good to rest for four or five days, meet the club and find the best possible solution.”