Everton captain Phil Neville has expressed his desire to follow brother Gary into coaching once his playing days are over.
The 35-year-old, whose contract at Goodison Park expires at the end of the season, has already gained experience with Stuart Pearce's Under-21 squad over the summer.
And, after seeing his sibling appointed as a first-team coach in Roy Hodgson's senior set-up, the former Manchester United man has affirmed his commitment to coaching.
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"The bottom line is, I want to be a coach. I want to be a manager," Neville told the Daily Telegraph.
"That's my love. I spent three days with the England Under 21s over the summer and it was the best three days I've had in football. It inspired me.
"It made my mind up: I want to become a manager, definitely.
"I'm not going to make the mistake of thinking I can become a manager without having done everything possible beforehand to learn, study and get my badges."