Alan Devonshire has signed a new three year contract as reward for the club’s Vanarama National League South title success.
The Maidenhead United manager and West Ham United legend has taken the club into the top level of the Non-League game against the odds.
He will stay at York Road until 2020 following a dream second season at the helm.
They beat Margate 3-0 on Saturday to secure the league title after a nervy defeat to second place Ebbsfleet United the week before.
Chairman Peter Griffin is thrilled by the job the manager has done after bringing him to the club nearly two years ago.
Devonshire said he was a proud man watching his side stroll the the title on the last day of the season.
His plans now begin for next season in the National League – and the next question is if the Magpies can keep hold of their top scorer Dave Tarpey, who is attracting interest from Football League club.