Rotherham United manager Paul Warne has signed a new three year contract after guiding the club back to the Championship.
The Millers beat Shrewsbury Town on Sunday in the League One play Off final thanks to two goals from defender and Captain Richard Wood.
Following the clubs success they have secured the the long term futures of Warne and his assistant Richard Barker.
Warne reluctantly took up the job in April 2017 after a spell as interim manager.
The former striker took Rotherham to fourth in the League One table before successfully navigating the play offs.
We're very grateful to the club for the showing their faith in us with this new deal and we're already looking forward to the challenge ahead.
We've now got the manager and the assistant manager tied down to contracts that we feel their efforts deserve and as a collective, we all want to achieve the same goals in continuing to make Rotherham United a better club.