Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan said he has no plan to quit following the resignation of head coach Eddie Jones.
Jones announced his resignation on Sunday following the Wallabies' dismal performance in the recently concluded Rugby World Cup campaign in France where they became the first Australian side to be eliminated in the opening round.
The 63-year-old was appointed the head coach replacing Dave Rennie at the start of the year but the move proved detrimental as the Wallabies lost seven out of their nine matches with their victories coming against Georgia and Portugal.
Australia also have slipped to the ninth place in the World Rugby Rankings but McLennan warned against taking extreme actions and is committed to remain until the next showpiece event in 2027.
“I came to rugby to find a way to fix it when it all fell over and despite the sad Eddie situation, this is another hurdle we’ll overcome," McLennan told the Sydney Morning Herald.
"I want to stay to deliver the 2027 World Cup in Australia. That has always been the big prize for Australian rugby.
“More destabilisation will just make matters worse, just when we’re about to break through. Life is not a continuous line of perfect calls and success.”