Germany head coach Joachim Loew has signed a two-year contract extension.
The 53-year-old has been in charge of the German side since 2006, when he was promoted to head coach position following the departure of Jurgen Klinsmann, after the World Cup hosted on home soil.
He had been contracted until the 2014 World Cup but will now stay on to the summer of 2016.
“We are not yet at the end of our path and we still have big goals that we want to achieve together,” Loew said.
“I enjoy working with the team and the coaches and I feel a great deal of motivation to develop this team.”
The team’s general manager and goalkeeper coach, Oliver Bierhor and Andreas Kopke have also signed new two-year deals.
He guided his country to the last four of the Euro 2012 only to be beaten by Italy.
With a 68% win record, he has the highest win percentage of any Germany manager. Germany will face England in an international friendly billed for Wembley Stadium in November.