Leon Goretzka praised Hansi Flick following reports Bayern Munich are looking to unite him with Thomas Tuchel in a new coaching team.
German publication Bild suggested interim boss Flick could be kept on as an assistant at Allianz Arena if the Bundesliga side succeed in prising Tuchel from Paris Saint-Germain.
Flick took charge in a caretaker capacity following Niko Kovac's departure in November and has overseen four wins and a defeat in all competitions.
Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge reaffirmed his support for the 54-year-old following the weekend loss to Bayer Leverkusen, a result midfielder Goretzka insisted was not Flick's fault.
"He told us what we did well and what we did badly," the Germany international told news portal T-Online.
"We knew how we wanted to defend the counter-attack, but in the moment we did not do it well. But that will be different in the next games."
Goretzka added: "He's doing a very good job.
"The coach question is not for me to decide, that's what others do. But he definitely recommended himself [through Bayern's results] in the last few weeks."
Goretzka made his second Bundesliga start of the season in the Leverkusen encounter and will hope for further opportunities to press his case for Euro 2020 selection with Germany.
Joachim Low's men have been dealt a tough draw for the tournament, with holders Portugal and World Cup winners France joining them in Group F.
"What is difficult for me to understand is how such a group can come about," Goretzka said.
"I don't think we will go in as favourites, as we would normally expect at a European Championship.
"Nevertheless, we always have the claim to progress. I do not see any problem either. They are big challenges.
"We will try to spark euphoria in the country with the fans behind us and then continue on our way."