Luiz Felipe Scolari has had enough of football - although once his wife has given his credit card a good airing maybe the Chelsea manager will be glad to get back to football.
The Portuguese supremo was moaning this week that in three months in the capital he had only been out-and-about one day.
"I will spend three days with my family,'' he said. "I have only spent one day in London, so I will do something with my wife. I don't want to talk about football!"
For all that, Scolari is hoping Fabio Capello takes care of Chelsea's England stars over this international break. The Chelsea boss doesn't need the added headache of more injuries to his squad.
Frank Lampard and Wayne Bridge joined up with the England squad on Tuesday ahead of their vital World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Belarus this coming week. But key Chelsea defenders John Terry and Ashley Cole missed the first training spell through injury.
He may not be saying so, but the Blues boss will find it hard to relax with his sharpest tools in the hands of another craftsman.
The injuries are mounting up at Stamford Bridge, with Joe Cole damaging his ankle in Sunday's 2-0 win over Aston Villa.