Clyde manager Barry Ferguson has signed a new contract that will keep him at the Ladbrokes League 2 club until the summer of 2019.
The former Scotland midfielder took over at Broadwood in June 2014 and the Bully Wee are currently third in the table, four points behind leaders East Fife with a game in hand.
Ferguson told the Clyde website: "I just thought that this was the right thing to do. We're trying to build something and plan ahead, rather than just look at it one season at a time. We've been discussing new contracts with the existing players and they were looking for my commitment.
"The chairman and the board have backed me 100% and they let me get on with the job without any interference. They've put their trust in me and that's a really important factor.
"I've got involved in a lot of things that I didn't think I would when I took the job but I've learned how to run a team from top to bottom."
Chairman John Alexander added: "We are all focused on an exciting end to the season but we need to plan for the long term. I am delighted that Barry has been enthusiastic about extending his stay. He has developed in his time with us, learned a great deal about the role, and I am confident he has what it takes to succeed with the club."