Dunfermline Athletic boss Allan Johnston has signed a new two-year contract at East End Park after guiding the club to the Ladbrokes League 1 title.
The Pars will receive the trophy after Saturday’s game against Peterhead and former Queen of the South and Kilmarnock manager Johnston has committed his future to the Fifers.
He told their website: “This is a club that's going in the right direction. You can see that everybody wants to be successful. You just need to look at the directors and especially Ross McArthur's vision for the club and where he wants to take it. I'm delighted because I want to be a part of it.
"I want to be successful and that's why I'm signing here. If I thought we were going to be struggling down at the bottom of the league then I wouldn't have signed. The board want that as well. They want to be challenging - they want to be up near the top of the league. It's a good fit."
Meanwhile, midfielder Andy Geggan has become the latest player to sign a new deal with Dunfermline, despite interest from Fleetwood Town.