Coventry City manager Steven Pressley has signed a new four-year contract with the Sky Bet League 1 club.
Assistant manager Neil MacFarlane has also put pen to paper on a four-year deal that will run until 2018.
Pressley and MacFarlane took over the Sky Blues in March 2013 and Coventry chief executive Steve Waggott expressed his joy at securing them on long-term deals.
"We are absolutely delighted that Steven and Neil have agreed new deals with the club," he told the club's official website.
"In Steven we have a manager whose long-term vision absolutely mirrors that of the football club.
"His passion, drive and commitment to Coventry City has been clear for all to see over the past year-and-a-half and that really manifested itself at the first game back at the Ricoh Arena."
Pressley was equally pleased, saying: "I have always felt there is huge potential for Coventry City.
"We've only just begun to scratch the surface in the 18 months that we have been here and I look forward to continuing the job we've started."
Under-21s head coach Darren Murray also signed a new deal on Wednesday afternoon.