Former Germany and Dynamo Moscow striker Kevin Kuranyi said he supports the decision made by the German Football Association (DFB) to keep Joachim Low as coach of the German national football team.
Germany finished bottom of Group F during the World Cup, behind Mexico, Sweden and South Korea and were eliminated from the tournament.
According to the German newspaper Bild, after five days of hesitation Low decided to stay in the national team. The 58-year-old's contract is valid until 2022.
"Germany didn't play well (at the 2018 World Cup), the team should change a lot," Kuranyi said.
"But the fact that Joachim Low stays as a head coach is the right decision. He has been working with the team for 13 years and he knows how to get it back on a good level.
Earlier DFB announced that Low confirmed he would like to continue working as a head coach of the national team, following the meeting with DFB President Reinhard Grindel.