Becoming a manager isn’t necessarily a natural progression for everyone. If you are enjoying your role but don’t feel like you want to be managing people directly or taking on the responsibility of having people answering directly to you, it could be that you don’t want to be in a management position. If this is the case, there are still ways you can progress. Think about new, more senior roles that would involve you managing data or information rather than people.
It may also just be the case that you need to have some more management training. Some people may slip naturally into management, due to their personal attributes and interests. However, everyone could still very much benefit from taking a course in management. You will learn how to be in a more senior position and how to assert your authority and have people take you seriously, finding the most effective ways to work within a team.