Caley Thistle manager John Robertson has signed a one-year contract extension to keep him with the club until 2021.
Robertson, who is in his second spell with Inverness after returning to Caledonian Stadium in summer 2017, led the Highlanders to the IRN-BRU Cup last season with a final victory over Dumbarton at McDiarmid Park in March.
Caley Thistle have kept the momentum going this season, with Robertson overseeing an unbeaten start to the league campaign with eight games played so far.
The 54-year-old led Caley Jags to promotion to the top-flight during his last spell in charge in 2004, and Inverness chairman Graham Rae said: “I am delighted that our manager John Robertson has extended his stay with us for one more year – until the summer of 2021.
“The club has not lost a game in the Championship since winning the IRN-BRU Cup in March with an unbeaten run extending to 19 games.
“I’m sure you’ll agree John is doing a great job for the club. He is an excellent spokesman and ambassador for the club, enjoying a frequent and engaging rapport with our supporters.
“We value John’s leadership and wish him and the team the very best.”