Roberto Di Matteo refused to discuss his future after Chelsea won the Champions League with a 4-3 victory on penalties over Bayern Munich.
The match finished 1-1 after extra-time but the Blues were able to battle back after trailing 3-1 in the shoot-out as Didier Drogba scored the winning spot-kick.
Thomas Muller had earlier put Bayern ahead before Drogba's late equaliser forced extra-time.
Di Matteo has been Chelsea's interim-manager since Andre Villas-Boas departed but he only wanted to enjoy the moment after winning European club football's top competition.
He told ITV1: "I'm enjoying this moment and I'd just like to go out and celebrate with the players.
"I won't talk about it now. I just want to enjoy the moment."
The Italian hailed his team's spirit, saying: "We have a group of players that have a big heart, passion, motivation and desire.
"That was the only way to be able to achieve this trophy.
"It's been an immense effort by the whole group - staff, players - and we are very happy tonight."
Asked whether he had doubts when Bayern took a late lead, Di Matteo said: "Bayern is a good team and when they scored there was not much time left.
"Games like this need passion and players who rise to the occasion.
"We've got a lot of players like that, who have done it before and did it against today."
As for Drogba, who joined Chelsea from Marseille eight years ago, Di Matteo said: "He's been incredible for this club.
"He scored a fantastic goal tonight to keep us in the game, then the winning penalty as well."
Di Matteo took over from Villas-Boas at the start of March, and said: "It's been an incredible three months, demanding and challenging for everybody."