Rafael Benitez says he is undecided over his future at Napoli and will discuss his next move at the end of the season.

The 54-year-old was appointed Walter Mazzarri’s successor in 2013 and enjoyed success in his debut campaign in charge after
guiding the club to Coppa Italia glory last May.

Napoli were tipped to challenge for the Serie A title this season but have failed to live up to those expectations and sit 15 points adrift of leaders Juventus.

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Benitez did little to extinguish rumours that he could quit the club in the summer: “I said in January that I’ll talk [about my future] in April.

This interview from January repeats the same things. My future is not decided. I’ll tell you now, I have had no offers, and I don’t have any particular interests except the game tomorrow.

Benitez’s men remain in contention for the Europa League and face Dynamo Moscow in the first leg of their last-16 tie on Thursday.
The club go into the game on t to do it, there’s no problem,” he explained.