Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman has signed a two-year contract extension.
The manager confirmed to the press after the Watford match that he and Fawaz Al Hasawi were close to completing the formalities of his extension, and the deal was finalised on Thursday.
Freedman had an immediate impact after arriving at The City Ground in February, winning five of his first six games and ushering the club away from the lower reaches of the Sky Bet Championship.
And Forest owner and chairman Al Hasawi is delighted to have settled the club’s managerial future.
He said: “The upturn in performances and results since Dougie’s arrival has been clear for all to see.
“I’m thrilled he has committed his long-term future to us. We can now all plan for the future while working together to ensure we end this season as well as possible.”