The 51-year-old's stock in the game has been on the rise ever since guiding Germany to an impressive FIFA World Cup 2010 showing in South Africa last year.
Under Low, Germany has continued to get stronger and qualified for Euro 2012 top of their group. They head into next summer's tournament as favourites with many pundits pointing out the team's incredible work ethic and togetherness as reasons for the quality football they can produce.
"As a coach you wonder how players will behave in a team. Being a real unit is more important than ever in today's competitive sports," Low told FR-online.de.
"In the team there are certain values that must exist. Respectful treatment of each other, but also of opponents. Communication, tolerance, discipline, reliability [are key].
"I see no pronounced egoists in our team, who adjusts the focus to make themselves look good or always score the goals. I see us as a very good team in which no-one pushes himself to the forefront."
However, Low did single out youngsters Mario Gotze and Toni Kroos for special praise.
"He [Gotze] has had to handle a huge lot in a year," Low said.
"For example in the Brazil game, he was outstanding, and was praised - but I saw him as modest afterwards. He is constantly asking question about where his faults were.
"Toni Kroos is also a good example. It's not easy when young player of 19 or 20 are suddenly in the public eye and earning so much money. Many young players go through such situations, and you have to see who can come out on his own path, who can eliminate the unimportant things, surround himself with the right people, and focus completely on football."
Germany have been drawn in a tough looking group for Euro 2012 with Netherlands, Denmark and Portugal.