Joachim Low has been assured his position as Germany coach is safe, regardless of his side's performance at the 2014 World Cup.
Germany have reached the semifinals of three tournaments under the guidance of Low, but he is yet to reach a final or win a competition.
He extended his contract until 2016 prior to the World Cup and the president of the German Football Association insists it is happy with the job Low is doing developing the country's style and reputation on the international stage.
"We still have the clear intention of carrying on with him," Wolfgang Niersbach told Germany's Stern magazine.
"There are no clauses in his contract which state that it depends on certain results.
"The way we have developed has been fantastic.
"Previously, we were getting recognition for our results while now we're getting a great degree of recognition for our style of play."
Low replaced Jurgen Klinsmann as Germany coach in 2006, after spending two years as his assistant, and will celebrate 10 years in the job if he sees out his current contract.
Information from the Press Association was used in this report.