Brian Little has put signed a new two-year contract with League Two strugglers Wrexham.
The former Aston Villa and Leicester manager joined the Racecourse Ground outfit in November.
The Dragons are currently seven points adrift of safety at the foot of the Football League with just five games remaining.
Little believes that he should be judged on results next season, regardless of whether the club are relegated this term.
He told the club's official website: "I have agreed with the club to sign a new deal and I think it is important from everybody's point of view to get some stability back here.
"My job now is to resurrect things on the field, irrespective of what division we are in next year and we still have a number of games in which to save ourselves.
"What I would say is that our current plight is something that has gone for the last three years and it is something we have tried hard to put right in a short space of time.
"To those supporters who might be a little critical of myself, I would say 'look judge me on the team I put together next season."