Gareth Southgate will stay on as England manager and will lead the Three Lions at the 2024 Euros, the Football Association has confirmed.
Southgate had a contract until the 2024 European Championship, but admitted to feeling “conflicted” about staying on given what has often been a difficult 18 months.
But the former England defender will now remain in charge for a fourth major tournament.
In a statement on Sunday, the FA said: “We are delighted to confirm that Gareth Southgate is continuing as England manager, and will lead our Euro 2024 campaign.
“Gareth and Steve Holland have always had our full support, and our planning for the Euros starts now.”
Southgate led England to the World Cup semi-finals in Russia in 2018 and the final of last summer’s European Championship, before reaching the last eight in Qatar.
Former England defender Gary Neville welcomed the news Southgate was staying.
“I think it’s the right decision,” he told Sky Sports News.
“When I saw early last week it was going to be discussed in the new year I didn’t think that would work, letting it hang for so long.
“The fact it has come out is welcome, it puts it to bed and allows everyone to focus on the next 18 months.
“It means a succession plan can be put in place.”
Southgate has won 49 of his 81 games as England manager, with 18 draws and 14 defeats, while England have scored 174 goals and conceded 57.
Only two previous managers have reached a half-century in the win column – World Cup winner Sir Alf Ramsey with 69 and England’s longest-serving manager Sir Walter Winterbottom on 78.