Veteran trainer is on the verge of making history with the Bavarians this campaign.
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes has ruled out a move abroad after he leaves the German giants at the end of this season, reports BBC Sport Online.
Heynckes, 68, will oversee his final-ever Bundesliga match on Saturday, before he then goes in search of a history-making Treble with the Bavarians.
Bayern, who won the Bundesliga in record-breaking time earlier this year, have also made it through to both the German Cup final as well as the Uefa Champions League final, where they take on fellow German outfit Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium on 25 May.
And were Heynckes to guide Bayern to victory in both those two show-piece events, then he would become the first coach in the history of Bayern to have ever won the Treble of league, cup and European Cup.
However, despite that success in this campaign Heynckes says that he will be calling it a day come what may this summer, claiming that he is now too old to make the move abroad.
“Saturday will be my last Bundesliga game as a coach,” he said.
“If I was 15 years younger I would seriously think about a job abroad but I am not the youngest any more.
“Clubs want to do a generation change and you cannot really do it with a 68-year-old.”