Juventus coach Antonio Conte insists he has no plans to leave the club any time soon as he dreams of winning more silverware.
The 43-year-old hinted at a move abroad on the weekend as he feels there is a lack of respect for Juve in Italy.
But the successful coach, who led them to the Serie A title last season, has now made it clear he is happy to remain at Juve for the foreseeable future.
"When my career at Juventus is over in 10 to 15 years, I might have the desire to move abroad. However, I hope that day is still far away," Conte told Tuttosport.
"We won the Scudetto last year and want to repeat that success this term. And there's always the dream of winning the Champions League."
Conte's side have reached in the Champions League quarter-finals, where they will face Bayern Munich.
The former Italy international said he aimed to become as successful with Juve as Sir Alex Ferguson has with Manchester United.
"The comparisons with Ferguson are quite flattering," Conte said.
"It would be amazing if I could emulate him and win as many trophies as him, and perhaps even more."