Breathe a sigh of relief, Michigan fans. Don Brown isn’t going anywhere. Well, at least that’s what he’s saying right now.

On Monday night, the Wolverines defensive coordinator was asked about his interest in potentially pursuing a head coaching job at the college level. His response was exactly what Michigan fans would want to hear.

“I’ve got a pretty good gig, don’t I,” Brown told Agelique Chengelis of the Detroit News. “Take a look how young we are defensively. It’s pretty exciting isn’t it?”

Brown’s defenses at Michigan have been highly-praised, but he’s gained a new type of fame this fall. With 10 starters departing to graduation or leaving early for the NFL Draft, the Wolverines were expected to have a slight drop off on that side of the ball. Instead, Michigan ranks first nationally in total defense (203.3 yards per game) and fourth in rushing yardage allowed (69.3).

Though many projected the Wolverines to be the B1G race again this season, nobody could’ve anticipated the defense being this hot so early in the year.

Michigan fans should be ecstatic to hear that Brown isn’t even thinking about a head coaching job at this point.