Volkswagen has given Jari-Matti Latvala its complete backing as the Finn looks to find some form from an increasingly desolate 2015 World Rally Championship season.
The Finn has endured his worst first-half performance since 2007, posting only two podiums from the first seven rallies.
In the last round in Poland, he crashed on the final stage while chasing Ott Tanak for third place, having struggled to find the right set-up with the Volkswagen Polo R WRC throughout the event.
Latvala's team-mates Sebastien Ogier and Andreas Mikkelsen finished first and second.
Team principal Jost Capito said the team's support would not waiver for the second half of this year or into 2016.
"We will talk about what happened," Capito told AUTOSPORT.
"There is no question about his place in this team for this year and next.
"He has a contract for next season and if he didn't I would make one with him now."
Latvala's incident earlier this month was not the first time he had crashed on the final stage in Poland - he did the same on the rally-ending superspecial in 2009, costing Ford a one-two finish. Team-mate Mikko Hirvonen won.
"I think there are still some demons [with Poland] which need to come out," Latvala told AUTOSPORT.