Former England captain David Beckham has ruled out the possibility of becoming a manager once his playing days are finished.
The Los Angeles Galaxy star said that he has some idea of what he wants to do when he retires from the game but is keeping the details under his hat.
The 37-year-old told Sky Sports News: "I love the game and love coaching kids, but management is not something I would want to do.
"I have a few ideas [of what I will do] but while I am still playing I will concentrate on that, and then think about other things when I am finished."
Beckham will receive a UEFA award at half time during England's game against Belgium on Saturday for winning over 100 caps for his country.