VINCENT DEL BOSQUE has confirmed he will step down as Spain coach.

Del Bosque lead Spain (La Roija) to World Cup glory in 2010 and a European Championship title in 2012 and in 2016 his team knocked out at the last-16 stage of Euro 2016 against Italy.

And the 65-year-old admits he has no desire to stay on in his current post.

“I have no intention to remain as coach."

He added: "No matter what the result of the Euros, I had no doubt about what my future would be."

Del Bosque offered to tender his resignation after their exit at the group stage of the 2014 World Cup.

His club credentials are unquestioned, having won two European Cups, two Spanish league titles, one European Super Cup and one World Club Cup during his four years in charge of Real Madrid.

Earlier in few day back England Manager Roy Hodgson also quits as a Manager because of exit of England from Round-16 and England loss against Iceland.