France coach Didier Deschamps is not yet thinking about attempting to retain the World Cup after signing a new contract.
Deschamps agreed a new deal on Tuesday that takes the coach through to the end of Qatar 2022.
France will first attempt to follow their successful campaign at Russia 2018 by claiming European Championship glory for the first time since 2000 next year.
Les Bleus were runners-up at Euro 2016, with Deschamps hoping to go one step further than their defeat to Portugal on home soil.
"It is an honour for me to be the coach of France," Deschamps told a news conference.
"You know the attachment I continue to have for what this jersey represents.
"Sincerely, I thank the [French Football Federation] president [Noel Le Graet] for his confidence. The quality of our relationship is very important to me.
"There are still many things to do. Many have already been done. We are world champions in title. We are judged by the results.
"I am happy in my job. I have the best French players, with a remarkable state of mind. There are still beautiful things to do.
"Qatar is very far away. The goal is the Euros… My energy and that of my staff are focused on it."
No team has retained the World Cup since the great Brazil side featuring Pele won the tournament in 1958 and 1962.