Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova has declared he will remain in charge next season.
Speaking to the media for the first time since returning to Spain from a 10-week stint in New York where he underwent treatment for cancer, an upbeat Vilanova said he "felt strong" and wanted to carry on working.
"I feel strong and, health permitting, I'm looking forward to continuing in the job," he said.
"I feel well after all that I've been through. I didn't come back any earlier because there were some side effects.
"But I'm feeling better with every day and I was really looking forward to returning here."
Vilanova never had any thoughts of stepping down.
"There were problems due to the distance. But in New York, my day-to-day life was generally good and I was able to keep in contact with the team thanks to new technologies," he added.
"If ever I get two days off, I don't know what to do. This job is not a burden to me and the doctors told me that the best thing I could do was to work."