Norwich head coach Daniel Farke has signed a new four-year contract.
Farke, who was appointed in 2017 after leaving Borussia Dortmund II, accepted mandates at Carrow Road until 2025, after managing to bring the Canaries back to the Premier League for the second time.
Assistant manager Eddie Riemer, performance manager Chris Domogalla and first team coach Christopher John have also signed new terms for the same period.
Norwich won the league title with 97 points last season, but Farke now has his full focus to ensure the club can grow into an established Premier League side over the next four years.
Speaking exclusively to canaries.co.uk, Farke said: “I am absolutely over the moon and I feel quite moved in such a moment. I am incredibly grateful for all the trust and support.
“It’s a pleasure to be able to continue working at this level with such a special club and our amazing owners, Delia and Michael.
“I also have to thank Stuart Webber for his trust and support, my staff and players, as well as the supporters. We have a pretty special relationship at this club.
“Now it is a question of taking the next step, of doing all we can to turn this club into an established Premier League team.
“We are in a much better position, both as a club and as a group, and we want to continue to build something unique and special.”
Sporting director Stuart Webber added: “This is great news for the football club. Daniel and his team have been instrumental in what we are building and linking them to new agreements was one of our key goals. at the beginning of summer.
“We are in an uncertain world at the moment, so having some stability and security at the football club is important.
“Daniel fully understands the club and what we do. He is committed to every facet of what we do here and has been instrumental in bringing us to this position.
“We can now look forward to our plans for the coming season knowing that the future of our head coach and staff is secure. It is an exciting time for us looking ahead.”