Any speculation surrounding the future of Gary Johnson at Yeovil Town has been dismissed by the club chairman, John Fry.
It followed concerns after the manager turned up late to the Portsmouth match and delegated his duties to his assistant, following his disappointment after the transfer deadline.
Gary Johnson has since told ITV News West Country that he remains committed to the club.
Today he met the chairman on his return from holiday and they have agreed that "communication problems'" were behind any perceived difficulties he had on Transfer Deadline Day last Monday, 1 September.
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson insists he remains committed to the club after speaking publicly for the first time since doubts were raised over his future.
Johnson admits he was unhappy with the Glovers' board of directors after they failed to finance three transfers earlier this week but was back at the training ground today (Thursday 4 September).
Here is his full interview with our Sports Reporter. Chris Spittles reports.
There has been speculation surrounding the future of Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson after he turned up late to last night's game.
This morning he has issued the following statement.
Yeovil Town manager, Gary Johnson has won the Football Manager Outstanding Managerial Achievement Award at The Football League Awards 2014.
Johnson received the award at the gala ceremony on Sunday evening.
This year a total of 36 clubs were shortlisted for 17 awards and Johnson beat off competition from Chesterfield’s Paul Cook and AFC Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe.
“It feels great to win this award tonight, it’s a fantastic achievement for our club. There are so many unsung heroes at Yeovil Town that also deserve this."
“They were trying to get in the league for 108 years and we got it 10 years ago and we’ve had a fantastic decade in the Football League."
“When we got our promotion from the Conference to the Football League you wouldn’t think we would get to the Championship by now, and to do it via Wembley was fantastic."
"There are only 40,000 people in Yeovil and we took 25,000 to the match. I’m accepting this award on behalf of everyone associated with the club.”
GARY JOHNSON, YEOVIL TOWN MANAGER
Yeovil Town have followed up their historic promotion to the Championship by tying manager, Gary Johnson, down to a new two-year contract.
It's just over two weeks since the 57-year-old helped the Glovers secure a place in English football's second tier next season following a play-off final win at Wembley.
Matthias Kurth reports:
Speaking at a press conference at Huish Park earlier, Gary Johnson said:
Gary Johnson has signed a new two-year contract to remain as manager of Yeovil Town.
Yeovil's assistant manager Terry Skiverton and coach Darren Way have also agreed new deals with the club to stay until the summer of 2015.
Yeovil Town are expected to announce today that Gary Johnson has signed a new contract to continue as manager.
The media has been invited to a news conference at Huish Park this morning.
Last season Johnson guided the Glovers to promotion to the Championship, English football's second tier, for the first time.
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson comes up against his son Lee who manages Oldham tonight.
Both men are desperate for three points, with Yeovil fourth in league One and still in with a chance of winning automatic promotion, while Oldham are only one point above the relegation zone.
The majority of their football careers have been together, however. With Gary as manager and Lee as his player, they achieved two promotions in four seasons at Yeovil and another promotion, as well as a play-off final, at Bristol City.
Gary Johnson is now back at Huish Park for his second stint in charge and at 31, Lee became the youngest manager in the Football League when Oldham appointed him last month. We asked them both about having to face each other across the dugouts.