Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has dismissed reports that the club is already considering a list of replacements for under-pressure coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Klinsmann has presided over the Bavarian club's worst start to a Bundesliga season in more than three decades following his appointment in the summer.
But, despite Bayern's erratic domestic form, the club hierarchy has no plans to replace the former Germany coach, according to Rummenigge.
"We are convinced by Jurgen and his philosophy. He is the right coach for us," he claimed.
"In theory he is doing everything right. Only the results are at this moment in time are not the right ones.
"We at Bayern will continue to have the necessary patience in order to get back on a successful track. We trust him."