Joachim Low declares that he keeps the door of Germany open for Mario Gotze to come back.
It took three years that Gotze has not been playing for his country. He is the player who could score the victory goal for Germany against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final.
The 28-year-old's professional job largely fell after his winning in Brazil. Bayern Munich came to the decision of selling him back to Borussia Dortmund.
He finally left the club to become a free agent in the summer transfer window. PSV signed a two-year contract on October 6 with Gotze. As result, he appeared one of the top midfielders of his generation.
Low praises Gotze's late display.
"We don't lose sight of him, of course" the 60-year-old head coach told Sports Buzzer. "He looks very fresh and very agile, the joy can be seen in him. He needs that for his light-footedness, for his variability."
Low added: "Everything was always focused on him. He had a backpack on with the 2014 goal, which must have been a heavy burden.
"That's why I'm happy for him that he has started so well in Eindhoven."
Low is getting ready to face with the Czech Republic on Wednesday. This would be three days before Germany start their recent UEFA Nations' League campaign.
Gotzewould be two two weeks off before PSV's next Eredivisie clash away at Twente on November 22.