Spain coach Luis Milla has taken responsibility for his side's shock exit at the group stage of the Men's Olympic Football Tournament London 2012.
The 1992 winners were among the favourites to challenge for the gold medal, but were eliminated without so much as scoring a goal as they slipped to consecutive 1-0 defeats by Japan and Honduras.
And Milla, whose side face Morocco in their final game tomorrow, insisted they must now analyse their preparation and learn for future tournaments.
He told the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) website: "I am very disappointed because I think we deserved more. The person responsible is myself.
"We need to sit down and analyse everything that happened. Perhaps we lacked something in our preparation, but last year we did the same before the U-21 European Championship and ended up winning the title.
"The fans will think the coach has been a disaster, that this has been a total failure, and I understand that. But we need to be calm now and analyse what went wrong."