Midfield ace says Mr Low tells him the truth.
Ozil not concerned about critics.
Mesut Ozil isn't bothered about what critics have to say about him and is focused on achieving success with Joachim Low's side in Euro 2016.
Former Germany playmaker Mehmet Scholl criticised Ozil's "indifferent" body language in their Group C clash - against Poland at the Stade de France - which ended in a goalless draw.
However, Ozil has responded by saying he gives his all for the team when he steps into the pitch.
"I'm sorry but quite honestly I don't care what others say," he told Bild.
"And that mustn't influence me during this tournament.
"There are always people who tell us their opinion, usually negative. I don't know if they have to or not.
"If a former player or anyone else wants to be in the headlines - that bounces off me. As I said: The manager's opinion counts, Mr Low tells me the truth and what is wrong or right."
Germany have to win Northern Ireland on Tuesday to seal top spot in Group C.