Roberto Martinez has confirmed he will continue as Belgium boss despite overseeing the 'disappointment' of a quarter-final exit at Euro 2020.
The world's number one ranked side breezed through the group stages and defeated Portugal in the round of 16 before seeing their progress halted by Italy.
It had been suggested Martinez could step down after overseeing another major tournament failure for what has often been described as a 'golden generation' of players.
However, the Spaniard has reaffirmed his commitment to the jobs of head coach and technical director for the Royal Belgian Football Association.
"The disappointment after the lost game against Italy was great, but the focus is already on the World Cup qualifiers in September and the final four of the Nations League a month later," he said.
“Only when I feel like I can't add anything more will I leave. I will also continue my work as technical director. That's the plan.
"There has been a lot of talk about my future: before, during and after the tournament.
"I always find it hard to talk about myself because this isn't about me. It's about creating the best possible conditions in which footballers can work and develop.
"I still see a lot of energy in this group and this project is still on the rise. This team is now ready to move on, to get back on the field. September can't come soon enough."
Martinez also rejected suggestions that Belgium's Euros exit will be followed by a string of international retirements, adding: "Nobody thinks about quitting.
"The players of this team immediately want to continue, do better. On the other hand, there are also no players that I am dissatisfied with and will therefore no longer call. The players have not failed at this tournament."
The former Wigan and Everton boss did, however, acknowledge that he has a talented group of youngsters ready to make their mark at senior international level.
And he expects them to push their more experienced counterparts for regular game time in the years to come.
He continued: "There is a list of 12 young players who are already involved in the national team.
"Four of them have already [played] several times: Jeremy Doku, Zinho Vanheusden, Charles De Ketelaere and Yari Verschaeren.
"The next 12 months are going to be very important for them, they have to dare to compete with the older guard.
"Our job is to put the young people in the right environment, to create conditions in which they can perform, after that you have to let football decide.
"As a coach you only have to bring young players into the team who are ready for it. Just being young and talented is not enough. We must support and help develop those talents, work on quality. Talents have been lost in the past."
Martinez was also asked about the future of Thierry Henry, who served as his assistant manager between 2016 and 2018 before returning ahead of the European Championship campaign.
He said: "At the moment, no decision has been made about a possible collaboration in the future.
"Much will depend on his personal situation, whether or not he is working for a club. But it is clear that the relationship between him and the national team is very good."