Alex McLeish will leave his role as manager of Genk at the end of the season.
The 56-year old Scottish tactician has been at the helm of the Belgian club since August 2014 but will step down I the summer after just one season at the Cristal Arena.
"I signed a one-year deal and it was always my intention to take stock after the first season and I feel I am just going to move on," the former Rangers, Scotland, Birmingham City, Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest boss told Sky Sports News HQ.
"The club are making changes internally, they are trying to get some new polices and I am really enjoying my time. It has reinvented myself as a coach again, learning the new culture and working with a lot of young players.
"I think we have introduced about six or seven teenagers to the team throughout the season and we ended up climbing the table. In terms of the next few weeks it's going to be really important for us as well because we can still get a Europa place."
Genk finished seventh on the Jupiler Pro League regular season table which sees them miss out on a Championship play-off spot but has them in the mix for a Europa League play-off.
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