Steven Pressley has signed a one-year management deal with Carlisle United.
The 45-year-old, took over The Blues hotseat on a half-season contract in January.
This deal comes two days after Carlisle beat League Two leaders Licoln City 1-0 at Brunton Park, taking them to eighth in the table and just outside the play-off zone. The team plays Grimsby Town tomorrow.
Chairman Andrew Jenkins said:
Pressley took on his first management position with Hearts in the early 2000s.
Moving on to the Scotland national team until September 2009 at just 30-years-old.
Two years later, his string of management continued taking on Falkirk for more than 100 games before moving to Coventry in 2013.
Pressley took on a different role when Southampton assigned him as a scout before replacing Graham Alexander as manager of Fleetwood Town.
He left Highbury 12-months later and has since had a spell with Pafos, in the Cypriot first division.