Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract at the club, with the option for an additional year.
Wilder, 52, was appointed in 2016 by his boyhood club and led them from League One to the Premier League, with two promotions in his first three seasons in
After securing the club’s return to the top flight for the first time since 2007, Wilder was handed a new three-year deal in July and was named LMA Manager of the Year.
In a statement on the club’s official website, Wilder said: “Naturally, I’m delighted to sign a new deal until 2024 and commit to the club that is close to my heart.
“I am grateful to [Sheffield United’s owner] Prince Abdullah for taking the initiative and offering this contract, we’ve had a great few years and hopefully we can continue the upward curve. Let’s see how far we can go on this journey.”
Prince Abdullah added: “Chris has played an integral role in our recent and current success and we want him at the helm in the future, driving us forward, hence the new long-term contract.