Speaking at a press conference at Huish Park earlier, Gary Johnson said:
Lots of good things have still got to happen, but I've got those assurances and it's great for me now to settle down and talk to the players because I'm now going to be the manager here for the next couple of years at least.
I want us all to stay together. It's a great team, I'm getting on well with the board of directors, and I seem to be getting on well with the media judging by the hundreds here in this room.
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.
Yeovil Town start their season next Tuesday when they host Colchester in the League Cup. And they'll do so with a new sponsor on their shirts thanks to a publicity stunt masterminded by manager Gary Johnson.
Johnson persuaded his players to pose topless for the annual team photograph to highlight the fact they didn't have a sponsored shirt. A local recycling company has come forward with the necessary cash. Chris Spittles reports.