Duke's Mike Krzyzewski focused on future, not retirement

Coach K: I don't have plans to retire (0:15)

Duke's Mike Krzyzewski announces that he does not have any retirement plans in the cards for the near future and even says that he feels younger. (0:15)

DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke's Mike Krzyzewski says he isn't even thinking about the end of his Hall of Fame coaching career.

Krzyzewski spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since a pair of offseason surgeries and said, "I don't have plans for the future" and that "I don't have a retirement thing."

The 69-year-old coach has dealt with some health issues during the past few months. He had knee replacement surgery in April and inguinal hernia surgery last month.

He also missed a game at Georgia Tech last January because of a sudden illness that briefly had him hospitalized in the cardiac ward at Duke University Hospital.

Krzyzewski says he's "doing great" and actually feels younger after "getting these things done."