Former Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has revealed he is to retire at the end of the upcoming Championship campaign.
The 70-year-old will bring the curtain down on 40 years of management next summer.
Warnock - who held his post at Elland Road for 13 months - spent the 2012/13 campaign in West Yorkshire but failed to crack United's bid for top flight football.
The current Cardiff City boss has managed a record-breaking eight promotions in England over the course of his stellar career.
The Bluebirds, though, will be his 16th and final team as he plots a retirement from the sport next summer for good.
“One or two of my best friends have struggled health-wise this year,” Warnock told the BBC.
“Sharon [wife] and I want to go and see a few things while we’ve got our health really.
“The club (Cardiff) is in a good place and I think it would be appropriate, and likewise they’ve got time to look at candidates and see what they can come up with.
“If I could help them in any way once I call it a day, then great.”