Pep Guardiola will take charge of his 700th match as a head coach on Saturday when Manchester City host Fulham, and the Catalan has revealed when he might call time on his coaching career.
From Barcelona to Bayern Munich to City, Guardiola has become one of the top coaches in the world with a style of football that has earned plaudits around the world.
"Seven hundred games," Guardiola pondered during Friday's pre-match press conference. "I'm going to do 700 more and after that I'm going to retire.
"In life, when you start something you don't expect what will happen in the future.
"I never expected it [to reach 700]. It's good to have 700 games with few defeats in these games."
"For all the players and staff we had in Barcelona B team, first team, Bayern and here, we share it.
"It is an incredible number and we have made incredible things together. Hopefully we can do it in the future."