Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is looking forward to the respite summer will bring after a disappointing season ended on another low note.
But, after a 14th league defeat of the campaign at Swansea, he will be hoping he gets a chance to put things right come August after more speculation about his future.
But the Reds boss expects to be fully involved in the planning for next season, even while he is on his summer holidays.
"I think everyone needs a break, no matter what job you do - everyone needs a holiday," he said. "You look forward to the games when you're working and you look forward to having a bit of respite when you're not working.
"But it's very seldom, even during the summer, you get a day off any way. You're normally on the phone doing something.
"I'll get away but the phone is never switched off and there are very few days when you don't answer some calls - that is a fact of life."