Llanelli's Welsh Cup winning manager Andy Legg has admitted he his considering his future with the club.
Legg led the Stebonheath Park club to their first Welsh Cup victory following a 4-1 win over holders Bangor.
But former Wales player Legg has said he will make a decision with regard his future at the club following discussions with his family.
"We'll wait and see what happens with myself," said Legg.
"I've got to sit down and think about it. It's a long, long way for me to travel from Nottingham [and] it's taken its toll a bit.
"I've got to take that [into] consideration and I'll probably sit down at the end of the week with the Mrs.
"The chairman's asked me to stay on. He said that months ago - it hasn't been a question."
The former Cardiff and Swansea midfielder, who won six caps for Wales, has been at the helm at Stebonheath Park since succeeding Peter Nicholas in April 2009.
Rhys Griffiths scored two goals as the Reds secured their first ever Welsh Cup win with a 4-1 victory over Bangor at the home of rugby in Llanelli, Parc y Scarlets.
And whatever his decision may be, Legg believes the future looks good for the side will will play in the Europa League next season.
"The club has got a bright future," added Legg. "It's got loads of young lads coming through from the academy.
"It doesn't matter what happens in the future. The club has made history."