Tottenham manager Martin Jol has signed a three-year extension to his current contract at White Hart Lane.
Jol took over from Jacques Santini in November 2004
The Dutch coach has enjoyed a successful start to the season, with Spurs currently lying in second place in the Premiership after three games.
"I've always been fully committed to this great club and am delighted that it has such confidence in me," he said.
"The club has assembled probably the youngest squad in the Premiership and optimism is high."
Jol joined the club as assistant boss to Jacques Santini last summer but took over in November when Santini resigned.
He has presided over an overhaul of the squad and masterminded the signing of Edgar Davids three weeks ago.