Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho has reiterated his commitment to the Italian giants and says he is determined to see out his three-year contract.
The former Chelsea and FC Porto boss has made a promising start to his reign at the San Siro, despite admitting to some problems in adapting to a new way of life in Italy.
However, the Portuguese is adamant that he wants to prove his worth over several seasons in Serie A.
He told Mediaset: "I am happy and even in the most difficult moments in adapting, I never had any second thoughts.
"I don't avoid comparisons with my previous experiences, I have never hidden and I will never hide that England was different.
"There's a different calmness for a coach, footballing-wise and socially a different world for a football man.
"But I am happy. My contract runs out in 2011 and I want to honour it.
"At the end of my career I would want to do two things, first of all coach the Portugal national team.
"Then I would like to go to a country like the United States to help them take a potentially fantastic world of football to the level of other sports like American football or baseball.
"I would like to do this, but I still have to wait a while."