Guus Hiddink revealed that he will remain at Chelsea in a different capacity, working with the club's young players.
The Dutchman signed off his second spell in charge of the Blues with a 1-1 draw with Premier League champions Leicester.
And Hiddink, who jokingly didn't rule out a third term in charge at Stamford Bridge, did say he'd be working for the club in their youth system.
He said: “I think that I'll be back here, every now and then. Not in the limelight, just hidden a bit. I am going to help out with the academy boys.”
Antonio Conte will be the next man in the Stamford Bridge hotseat and the Italian faces a hard task to try and restore Chelsea to the top of the tree.
He added: “It's not going to be easy. We were all aware of what other clubs can do. We've seen Leicester, Tottenham and West Ham.
“Other clubs are knocking on the door. Having more finances next season, with smart recruiting. I don't think it's a done deal that the established clubs of the past are established for the future.”