Mexico had their best performance in a World Cup held outside of home turf at Brazil. Miguel Herrera is widely responsible for it, because he accomplished the feat just seven months after one of El Tri's worst qualification processes.
Herrera's coaching career includes one Liga MX title in 13 years, but he has always been a changing factor in the teams he has coached.
El Piojo has been in charge of Atlante, (twice), Monterrey, Veracruz, Estudiantes Tecos and America; with the latter, he secured the 2013 Clausura championship.
He has been in front of Mexico since October 2013, and he will keep his job at least until 2018, as the director of national teams confirmed to Fox Sports, per Goal.com (Spanish).