Wycombe Wanderers boss Gary Waddock has agreed a new three-year deal, keeping him at Adams Park until 2014.
The 49-year-old joined the Chairboys in October 2009, but failed to save the club from League One relegation.
However he led them to an immediate return, securing third place in League Two with an 80-point haul.
"The future looks extremely bright and encouraging and I'm delighted to commit my future to the club," he told the Wycombe website.
"It's been a home to me since day one, a lot of hard work has been done and all we want to do is build on those foundations to take the club forward."
Owner Steve Hayes added: "For me, this is one of the most important signings the club has made in a long time and I am hugely delighted that Gary has pledged his future to Wycombe Wanderers.
"We have a fantastic working relationship, one which I am very much looking forward to continuing as we move into an exciting new era."
Waddock had a successful playing career, most notably for QPR and Luton, and was capped 22 times by the Republic of Ireland.
He went on to manage QPR and Aldershot before heading to Adams Park.