Fernando Santos has extended his contract with Portugal, signing a deal to remain as coach through Euro 2024.
The 65-year-old took charge of his national team in 2014 and led the Selecao to glory at Euro 2016 and at the inaugural Nations League Finals in 2019.
His previous contract had been set to expire after Euro 2020, which has been pushed back until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Santos will remain in charge of that tournament and his extension includes the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and Euro 2024 too.
"It's a privilege for me and for my coaching staff to continue with this project," Santos said.
"We know we won't be able to win everything, but we will always try."
Santos, who has previously been in charge of Porto, Sporting CP and Greece, holds the record for the Portugal coach with the most wins.
The Selecao have won 44 of their 71 games under Santos.