“I sense great motivation to continue the team’s development,” he said.
We’ve not yet reached the end of our journey, as we still have ambitious targets which we want to achieve together.
Since Löw took charge, Germany have not finished outside the top four in a major competition. They were runners-up to Spain at Euro 2008 and then beaten semi-finalists at both the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012.
If he sees out the full length of his contract, Löw will be Germany’s longest-serving manager since Helmut Schön (1964-1978).