Mansfield Town manager Adam Murray has signed a new contact with the club.
Although the Stags have not revealed the length of the contract, BBC Radio Nottingham understands it's the two-year deal he verbally agreed in May.
Mansfield chairman John Radford said: "I have a lot of confidence in Adam. I trust him and I feel he trusts me.
"Obviously contracts will be kept private between the manager and the club, but I am pleased with the contract he has signed, as is Adam."
The Stags are currently fourth in League Two, a point off the automatic promotion places after three straight wins.
"I have a lot of faith in him and we have a really good working relationship," Radford added.
"Adam and I spoke at the beginning of the season about the contract.
"We have both been very busy and this has been the first moment we've both had to put pen to paper.
"We've done exactly what we said we'd do and have honoured our word, [the delay] has been a time issue.
"It [provides] security on both sides."