Mike White continues to receive praise from his teammates, but coach Robert Saleh is still saying that Zach Wilson will be back on the field as the New York Jets quarterback before this season ends.

“I’m still right there with that statement,” Saleh answered when asked Monday if the Jets will turn to the benched Wilson at some point.

Saleh seemed uncomfortable fielding questions about whom the No. 1 quarterback is. He did confirm that White will make his third straight start Sunday when the Jets visit the Buffalo Bills and that Wilson will be inactive once again.

“Mike is capable for sure,” Saleh said. “This is Mike’s opportunity to make noise … we’ve got all the faith in Mike … and will give him every chance to succeed.”

White starred in New York’s 31-10 win against the Chicago Bears in Week 12. He was 22 of 28 for 315 yards and three touchdowns. He again threw for more than 300 yards against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday (369), but the Jets lost 27-22 when they were 1 for 6 in the red zone.

Despite struggling to get the Jets into the end zone — they kicked five field goals and scored only one TD, on a White 1-yard run — and throwing two picks, White clearly has the support of his teammates. Wide receiver Garrett Wilson said after the loss, “He’s got something special about him.”

On Monday, offensive linemen Laken Tomlinson and Duane Brown discussed how White has impressed with his toughness. Each veteran pointed to a fourth-quarter sequence when White was drilled on a third-and-ten incompletion. He was slow to get up, but White shook off the hit and came back the next play to throw a 31-yard dart to Corey Davis on a must-have fourth-and-ten completion.

“That play shows what he’s made of,” Brown said. “He never wavers.”

Though Saleh continues to praise White, he’s also not wavering about the Jets' plan for Wilson.

When Saleh first announced the No. 2 pick in the 2021 draft was being benched, he stated that “the full intent is that Zach gets back on the football field this year.”

Saleh said Wilson is working through a reset, specifically trying to regain his confidence and better throwing mechanics.

“Zach is doing everything right” in trying to win back the starting job, Saleh explained.

Wilson is 5-2 in seven starts this season. He has completed 55.6 percent of his passes for 1,279 yards with four TDs and five interceptions. White is 1-1, having completed 62.4 percent of his throws for 684 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.

The Jets (7-5) are in the thick of the playoff hunt and need to play the quarterback who gives them the best chance to win. They currently have the final wild card in the AFC, trying to reach the postseason for the first time since 2010.