Highly-rated Luton Town manager Nathan Jones has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
The Welshman has guided the Hatters to 5th in League Two this season - six points off the automatic promotion spots.
Jones moved to Kenilworth Road from Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion in 2016 and has won 34 of his 70 games in charge so far.
Jones' new deal will run until the summer of 2020, and Chief Executive Gary Sweet says the 43-year-old will only get better the longer he's in the job.
“The board are thoroughly delighted to receive Nathan’s acceptance to our offer of a longer term contract," Sweet said.
"It was such an easy and natural progression step for us to take.
“We are very lucky to have a top class coach rapidly becoming a top class manager and one who lives, breathes and helps develop our culture, our methodologies and one who is passionately intent on helping us achieve our ambitions whilst he achieves his."