Joachim Löw says he will let the dust settle before discussing his future with the German national team.
The 2014 World Cup winners were eliminated from Euro2016 by hosts France on Thursday night, losing 2-0 in Marseille, to see their run in the tournament end.
Löw, who has been in charge of Die Mannschaft since 2006, admits he will have to hold talks with the German Football Association (DFB) in the wake of the defeat but says it is too soon to worry about his future.
"I can't predict (what I will do)," he said.
"I'm still disappointed so I won't think about that tonight. We didn't discuss it beforehand, but maybe in two or three days we'll talk about it and consider whether we need to discuss anything about this tournament."