Former Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger is still enjoying his break from football and there seem to be no date in sight for his return.
Wenger parted ways with the North London club in the summer after 22 years in charge.
Although, it was reported that the resignation of the French manager was against his wish but he was left with no choice as the club management was bent on a change.
Wenger is arguably the most successful manager Arsenal has ever had in their history but his last days at the club were not as pleasing as expected.
Aside from the awful results, Wenger left Arsenal without Champions League football as they failed to qualify under him for two consecutive seasons.
However, 68-year-old manager won 3 League titles, 7 FA Cups and 7 FA Community Shields, making it a total of 17 trophies before his departure.
While leaving, he hinted on going to rest and enjoy the life outside football before making a decision on his return but there are indications he might not be returning anytime soon.
So far, no club has shown a keen interest in the manager and his recent public appearance proved he might still be taking more of his time to catch some fun.
Wenger was seen to have featured as a player in a charity football match in his homeland where he looked sharp speeding down the wing.
The game which took place in Nancy to raise money for sick children was also played in memory of Aldo Platini, father of French legend Michel, who died in December.
The question of where Wenger will be managing next and how soon will it would be will only be answered by time.