The Borussia Dortmund coach says that a position in charge of the national team is certainly something that appeals to him but remains happy with his current role at BVBBorussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp says that one day becoming Germany boss would be "a very attractive proposition".
Joachim Low is currently in the national team's hot seat, preparing to take his side to Brazil for World Cup 2014, while Klopp's side sit third in the Bundesliga.
While revealing an interest in leading Germany at some point in his career, the BVB boss insists that any move into international coaching is a long way off.
"Not yet but obviously it's basically a very attractive proposition," he is quoted as saying by FIFA.com. "I'm very happy living in Germany, I think it's a fantastic country and the people are pretty cool.
"If they were enthusiastic about me taking on the national team at some point, I'd obviously think it over, although quite a lot of things would have to come together for that to happen.
"But, joking aside, we have a fantastic national coach and I have a terrific job with Borussia Dortmund, so everything's fine."
Germany line up in Group G alongside Portugal, Ghana and the United States in Brazil in the summer, while Dortmund visit Zenit in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday.