Hibernian head coach Jack Rose has signed a two-year contract extension until the summer of 2024.
Ross led Hibbs to third place in the Scottish Premier League last season, thus qualifying for the first Europa League.
They also reached the Scottish Cup final and the Scottish League Cup semi-finals.
“I am very happy at Hibernian, I have received great support from my staff, players and board of directors,” said Rose, who was in charge of Easter Road in November 2019.
“Last season we had a good season, and this year’s goal is to build on that. We have a great group of players.
“We hope to bring in one or two people to strengthen our team, and I believe we will usher in an exciting season.”
Hibernian Chairman Ronald J Gordon added: “Jack is an outstanding leader of our team and the club. He helped us make great progress on the court and completed a very successful season. The team played exciting, Vibrant and triumphant football.
“He shared our views on the possibilities of Hibs. His management is insightful and thoughtful, and I believe we will continue to build on the success of last season.
“We are eager to maintain a very good thing under Jack’s leadership.
“Stability and continuity are of the utmost importance as we continue to make progress in getting our club to do what we can, so this is an important step forward.”
On Thursday, Hibs will host San Coloma of Andorra in the first round of the second qualifying round of the UEFA League. If they make progress, they will face Malta’s Gizila United or Croatia’s Rijeka.
Hibs will travel to Motherwell on August 1st to participate in their Scottish Premier League season opener, live broadcast Sky Sports.