Chris Coleman insists he is still the right man to lead Wales despite his side suffering another loss in Cardiff on Tuesday.
Coleman's Dragons slumped to the foot of the World Cup qualifying Group A table with the 3-0 loss to Serbia - the sixth defeat from eight qualifiers.
Coleman has agreed a two-year contract extension with the Football Association of Wales and insists his side can improve and 'do something special' in the next qualification campaign.
The former Fulham boss said: "I have every intention of leading this side into the next qualification campaign.
"We have two wins out of eight, which is not good but I am still excited about the group we could have available.
"The next campaign will be a better one."
He added: "The contract has been agreed, although I have not signed it, but if I thought I could not affect this group of players I would not waste my country's time.
"We can do something special, with a fresh run at it."