Coach Stephen Keshi has admitted that his days as the head coach of the Nigeria national team, the Super Eagles, may be numbered as he may leave the team after the 2014 FIFA World Cup holding in Brazil in June.
* NFF president, Aminu Maigari, left, and Keshi will discuss contract talks after the 2014 World Cup
The former New Nigeria Bank and Anderlecht of Belgium star dropped the hint while answering questions at the Media Launch of the TomTom Go To Brasil national consumer promo held on Tuesday in Lagos.
When asked to estimate his chances of staying on with the Eagles, should he meet the targets set for him by the Nigeria Football Federation, the Big Boss replied: "It all depends on the new conditions of my employers, the NFF, put on the table. It depends on what I see after the event, if the conditions are right, I will continue my job.
"The end of the World Cup will bring an end to a cycle and both myself and the NFF will sit down and discuss. I am a professional, and I have a family to feed so I need to keep working.
"However, if the situation is otherwise, and we don't agree, I may reconsider. I will not take my decision based on sentiments."
It could be recalled that Keshi was recently courted by the football authorities in Equatorial Guinea. Reports had it that Keshi was promised to be paid four times what he presently gets in Nigeria.