Fabio Capello's future as England manager will not be finalised for another two weeks. Capello spoke with Sir David Richards, chairman of Team England on Monday morning, and was told a decision on whether to stick with him will not be made for a fortnight. "The Engish players are really tired, all the coaches told me the physical situation and mental situation of the players was not like the players we know from qualification," said Capello. "Rooney played well some games but you cannot speak about one payer. All the players was not so good because they played not so fast or quick like I know from the other games. "In the seven games, against Egypt, Mexico and Japan and here we played some moments well but not so fast like I remember. We are very tired at every competition we need to play in June." Adrian Bevington, spokesman for the FA, stressed that Capello is under contract until after the 2012 European Championship and there is no indication of this changing. "I got a contract, I refuse a lot of opportunities to be manager of important clubs because I like to stay here and like to stay as England manager," added Capello.