Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and his assistant Tony Docherty have agreed new contracts that will keep them at Pittodrie until 2019.
Former St Johnstone boss McInnes and his No 2 led the Dons to League Cup glory in 2013/14 and guided them to second place in the Premiership in 2014/15.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne told the club website: "I'm sure this news will be as huge a boost to our supporters as it is to me personally.
“Derek and Tony have made tremendous progress in the two years and I'm absolutely delighted that they want to remain to see through the job that they have started.”
McInnes added: “I've said all along that I don't want our tenure with Aberdeen to be remembered for having lifted one trophy and that we are looking to have the type of scenes witnessed last March replicated on a regular basis.
"Tony and I are totally committed to bringing as much success as we can to this club and the commitment shown by the chairman and the players towards me made this decision very easy.”