Serbia coach Radomir Antic wants to remain in charge of the national team despite his side's group-stage exit at the World Cup.
Antic's men finished bottom of Group D despite a 1-0 win over 10-man Germany, with a 1-0 defeat against Ghana and then a 2-1 loss to Australia in their final game proving costly. However, the Serbians were just a goal away from progressing against the Socceroos with Antic and his team aggrieved after a late penalty claim was turned down.
"When I signed a contract with the Serbian Federation I accepted a contractual obligation," Antic said in a press conference. "And I have no intention of going back on it."
The 61-year-old, who took over as Serbia coach in 2008, continued: "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."