Ross County manager Derek Adams has received a ringing endorsement from his chairman after signing a new deal.
Adams, who led County to a fifth-place finish in their debut SPL season following a First Division title triumph, has committed to the Dingwall club until 2016.
"Derek's CV is an amazing read - he's brought this club not only the greatest
period in its long history, but I think probably greater success than many
could ever have imagined for us," chairman Roy MacGregor said.
"Of course it is right that I highlight the First and Second Division titles and two Challenge Cups that he has brought to Dingwall, as well as a top-six finish in our debut season in the SPL and a Scottish Cup Final appearance, but even these amazing achievements don't tell the full story.
"What Derek has brought to this club more than anything is an ethos and a sense of belief and indeed purpose.
"He is one of the most focused and driven people I have ever met, and his vision of what this football club could and should achieve has been at the very centre of everything that Ross County have achieved during his tenure as manager.
"His dedication and attention to detail is what has enabled Derek to lead this club forwards on and off the park.
"I have spoken many times of the value of the inspirational leadership Derek has provided at the club and this extended contract now gives us a period of stability as we look to build on the success he has brought to the club."
Adams' deal comes after 10 players extended their contracts this week.