Cameroon boss Paul Le Guen will end his tenure this summer when his contract runs out.
The French tactician failed to guide his Indomitable Lions to even a point at the World Cup and has confirmed his time in the job is all but over.
"Naturally my mood is one of defeat, I know I have lost three matches in this tournament," he said after the 2-1 loss to Holland.
"The end of my contract with Cameroon is coming up. It was planned all along that I was going to stop and I will stop."
Le Guen added: "My contract was coming up and it's the end of this mission.
"It was planned to be this way. I'm going to think about the future now, and we'll see."