Michael Laudrup has no burning ambition to use his Swansea success as a stepping stone to a bigger job in management.
The Dane can deliver the club's first major trophy - and European football for next season - with victory over League Two Bradford in Sunday afternoon's Capital One Cup final at Wembley.
Swansea are also set fair for a top-half finish in the Premier League, and Laudrup's impact in his first season in England has seen him linked with Chelsea and Real Madrid.
But the 48-year-old, who played for Real and Barcelona during his career, said: "I have ambition but I have never had any special dream to go to a specific team or a top team.
"Let's say that years ago I had set myself the ambition to become the manager of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Chelsea or Juventus, and that I finally arrived after 10 years of trying.
"Let's say I finish second in the League, lose in the semi-finals of the Champions League after penalties...