Fabio Capello insists he wants to remain as England Manager.
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The Three Lions were knocked out of the World Cup on Sunday after losing their last 16 clash with Germany 4-1 in Bloemfontein.
Capello confirmed that he spoke with Club England Chairman Sir Dave Richards on Monday morning, with the Italian's future to be resolved at a meeting in two weeks' time.
But the 64-year-old is adamant he wants to honour his contract, which runs until after the 2012 European Championships.
"I want to stay, absolutely," said Capello. "I spoke this morning with Sir Dave Richards, and he told me that we have to meet in two weeks' time to decide.
"I think that is an intelligent answer. I have refused a lot of opportunities from important clubs because I would like to stay here. I like this job, and I like being England Manager.
"I have to make changes, and we spoke about this. I spoke with Sir Dave about the younger players that we can play in the next qualification (campaign), and I know what I have to do."
And Capello admitted he was disappointed after England's World Cup exit.
He added: "The players trained well, were focussed every time, but we did not have the performance levels that I wanted.
"But the players were fine to deal with. They tried to do everything the best at that moment."