Hibernian boss Alan Stubbs has agreed a new deal that will keep him and fellow coaches John Doolan and Andy Holden at Easter Road until 2017.
The former Celtic and Everton defender took over from Terry Butcher last summer and guided Hibs to second place in the Championship but they lost to Rangers in the play-offs.
Stubbs told the club website: “I am very happy to continue with the work in progress. I think supporters would agree that they have seen a lot of positive changes over the past year and I know there is a lot more to come.”
Chief executive Leeann Dempster added: “This is a tremendous demonstration of our ambition at this club. We have a really talented management team and their desire to stick with us shows that they understand we are determined to get this club back to the top.”