Rosenborg have parted company with coach Per-Mathias Hogmo on Tuesday, two days after landing their 14th Norwegian league title in 15 years.
The 48-year-old missed two months of the season because of exhaustion, with Rosenborg chalking up nine wins, one draw and no defeats under his assistant Knut Torum.
“I made the decision just before this weekend but I have had a lot of time to think things through over the last few weeks,” he told the club’s Web site.
“I will now consider a new (career) path,” added Hogmo, who took over as coach last year.
Rosenborg said they had asked Torum, 35, to take over on a permanent basis.