The Houston Texans are planning to retain head coach Bill O’Brien, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The decision to retain O’Brien is surprising considering rumors stating otherwise and that Houston is struggling through a 4-11 season after winning back-to-back AFC South titles in 2015 and 2016.

O’Brien has one season remaining on a five-year deal and the reported noted that there still are issues to be discussed and hashed out with his contract.

O’Brien said earlier this month that he “will never quit as head football coach of the Houston Texans. Ever.

“That’s out of my control, but I would love to have Coach O’Brien with me,” Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson said earlier this month. “We have a great relationship. Ever since the draft process, we’ve been communicating. We talk football, we talk about life. And we have a lot things that kind of relate, the way we were both raised up. So we kind of connected [and have] been ever since.”