On Tuesday, it was revealed by Arsene Wenger himself that one day, he would like to have a go at the World Cup.
The Arsenal boss - who's reign spans over three decades - has been linked with the England job before, while there are also rumblings that he could be the man chosen to succeed Didier Deschamps at France.
With the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar and Antoine Griezmann at his disposal, he'd probably thrive, implementing his famous 'Wenger Ball' philosophy on Les Bleus.
France easily qualified for the 2018 World Cup, meaning that the international break had fairly little meaning for them.
Last night, they travelled to Germany for a friendly and it was a very entertaining affair, with the game ending 2-2.
However, despite the four goals, arguably the best moment of the fixture came courtesy of Germany's official Twitter account before kickoff, as they conjured a brilliant post about Wenger.
GERMANY HAVE A LAUGH ABOUT WENGER
Not a bad Wenger impression from Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich, with the Frenchman famed for his ridiculously long coats.
Everyone loves to have a little laugh at the Arsenal boss from time to time.
WENGER ON INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
"Maybe yes I will do it at some stage but until now I like to be involved every day in the life of a club because the real test is there," he told beIn Sports.
"Four or five weeks is a different experience, it's more concentrated but I believe the real experience of managing a team is on a daily basis.
"But I will not always have the physical strength to do that so maybe I will move into (international coaching)."
Wenger also said that the prospect of leading a country to the World Cup is very tempting indeed.
"It's a fact my life is linked with football, in what way will be linked to my physical state,' he said.
"But until the end of my life I will be in football. I don't know (if) as a director, as a manager – as long as possible as a manager. But one day that will stop. But I will stay in football of course.
Then, when asked if he could be a manager at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, he said: "Maybe, you never know!"
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