Granada boss Tony Adams has confirmed he will only lead the side until the end of the campaign, before finding a Spanish replacement.
The former Arsenal and England defender was brought to Granada earlier in the season to help oversee the club’s development off the pitch, but due to Lucas Alcaraz’s dismissal, he was appointed manager until the end of the current campaign.
"I'll be working very hard to bring in a Spanish Coach for next season,” Adams explained ahead of his side’s trip to Sevilla on Friday night.
"The coaching team I have here is marvellous, professional and I want to thank them publicly.
"We already have 40% of the squad built for next season, regardless of what division we're in.
“We've got nothing to lose in Sevilla, we'll keep fighting. Sevilla are a great team. We'll need to be really good in both defence and attack if we are to get anything out of the game."