Otto Addo confirmed he is leaving his role as Ghana coach as he predicted the team will continue to improve after a promising World Cup campaign.
Addo was appointed as interim boss of the Black Stars in February, but has been juggling the role with his job as a talent coach for Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.
Ghana would have progressed to the last 16 of the World Cup in Qatar with a win over Uruguay at Al Janoub Stadium on Friday, but ultimately finished bottom of Group H after a 2-0 defeat.
Andre Ayew missed a first-half penalty, with Giorgian de Arrascaeta's quickfire double putting Uruguay in control, albeit the win was not enough to send Diego Alonso's team into the knockout round.
In his post-match news conference, Addo announced he would be stepping down.
"When I started as an assistant coach in October last year, it was clear I would stop after the World Cup," he said.
"At the moment, me and my family see our future in Germany, I like my role at Dortmund, we are very happy there.
"I would be leaving even if we were world champions, this is a decision for the family. This is my decision."
Ghana's squad was the youngest at the tournament, and Addo sees a bright future for the team.
He said: "This is football, sometimes football is beautiful, sometimes really ugly, unfortunately for us it was not a happy day.
"There's not one player who has not missed a penalty, their goalkeeper was really good today.
"We had a lot of chances, but had to do better in defence. Allowing two chances against world-class strikers is two too much. We have a young squad, have to learn, sure it has a bright future.
"We have to believe in ourselves. The greatest players are great because they have experience. That comes from doing things wrong.
"They have to work on all of these things. They will grow from this experience and will do better next time."