Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has made an unexpected revelation regarding his future as a head coach.
Mosimane's contract with Sundowns is set to expire in June and he has already entered negotiations with the club over a new contract.
'Jingles' has won eight trophies during his tenure as coach at Sundowns including four Absa Premiership titles, the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup.
The 55-year-old has led The Brazilians to the Telkom Knockout final against Maritzburg United in Durban next weekend, where he could pick up his ninth piece of silverware.
While some coaches can go up to 75 years coaching, Mosimane has revealed his plans to retire from football within the next five years.
"I am 55 years [old] now. I don't know if I can go above 60," said Mosimane.
"So this is my last [upcoming contract], so maybe I must make the best out of it."
Mosimane and his team are currently in Morocco their Champions League group stage match against Wydad Casablanca on Saturday (21h00).