Bradley's side topped Group C ahead of Fabio Capello's England
United States manager Bob Bradley will discuss his future with the US Soccer Federation in July.
Bradley's side topped Group C ahead of England but were knocked out in the last 16 of the World Cup by Ghana in extra time on Saturday.
"I think he has done a very good job, that is very clear," said federation president Sunil Gulati.
But Gulati is unsure whether Bradley, whose contract expires in December, will stay on in his role.
Gulati added: "He may want a different challenge - I don't know.
"I will sit down with Bob and we will talk about the goods and the bads of the tournament and of the four years."
Bradley took over the US national team in December 2006 from Bruce Arena having previously been in charge of the US Under-23 team and MLS sides Chicago Fire, Chivas USA and New York/New Jersey Metrostars.
Under Bradley's tenure America made the final of the Confederations Cup in 2009, beating Spain 2-0 in the semi-final before going down 3-2 to Brazil in the final having led 2-0.
Bradley has also led to the US to victory in the 2007 Concacaf Gold Cup and the final two years later.