Super Eagles technical adviser Gernot Rohr says his philosophy is against resignation.
Rohr told TheCable that there is no truth in stories making the rounds that he intends to resign.
The Super Eagles gaffer was reported to be leaning towards an exit over an alleged attempt by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) technical committee to vet his team list after the shocking loss to South Africa.
However, Rohr told TheCable that there is definitely not a possibility that he would resign.
“It’s not my philosophy to resign,” Rohr said.
“I am going to England today to meet with some players.
“We are focused on our two next games.”
The Super Eagles presently lead Group B of the FIFA World Cup qualifying stage after two wins.
The squad will face African champions Cameroon in Uyo on September 1.
Eagles shockingly lost at home to South Africa in the African Cup of Nations 2019 qualifier.