West Ham manager David Moyes has signed a three-year contract extension after a season in which he led the Premier League club to European qualification.
The resurgent Hammers achieved their highest Premier League points total in finishing sixth to earn a spot in next season's Europa League.
"We have made tremendous progress in the past 15 months and that has been a collective effort from everyone at the club," the 58-year-old Scot said.
"The players really have been superb but the challenge is for our standards to continue developing.
"We must keep pushing boundaries for consistent improvement as we all aim to continue the growing of the club."
West Ham set Premier League-era club records with 19 wins and 65 points.
Moyes returned to the east London club in December 2019 on an 18-month contract, replacing Manuel Pellegrini with the team just above the relegation zone.
In 2017-18, Moyes had been passed over for Pellegrini after seven months at the club, despite helping the Hammers avoid relegation.
The former Everton and Manchester United manager ranks fourth all-time in Premier League matches coached with 583, behind only Arsene Wenger, Alex Ferguson and former West Ham manager Harry Redknapp.
Australian Associated Press