Gordon Bartlett will manage Wealdstone for another season, taking his total to 23 years in charge of the club.
Bartlett is the longest serving manager in Non-League football.
Despite a tricky first half of the season, his players came together and were in the mix for a playoff place on the final day of the season in the National League South.
They didn’t quite make it, losing the bonus 7th place to Hampton.
But they did reach the final of the Middlesex Cup, which will now be played in July because of the Beavers involvement at Ebbsfleet this weekend.
Bartlett rode the rocky spell this season and is proud of their 8th place finish.
The manager said at their end of season awards on Saturday night that he is committed to another year and the club confirmed he will be in charge.
Bartlett said he is looking to make a number of new signings over the close season as talks with his current squad continue.