Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott has signed a multi-year contract extension.
McDermott took over as head coach in 2017 and led the Bills to their first playoff berth since the 1999 season in his maiden campaign at the helm.
They slumped to a 6-10 record in 2018 but rebounded with an impressive 10-6 season last year, losing in the Wild Card round in overtime to the Houston Texans.
Buffalo are expected to contend for a first AFC East title since 1995 in the 2020 season and McDermott has been rewarded for the turnaround he has inspired.
"Sean's leadership on and off the field has been nothing but genuine and transparent, qualities we appreciate as owners," co-owner Kim Pegula said in a statement.
"He is the same great person to us, the players and everyone across all our organisations. We will never forget how impressed we were during his first interview.
"Sean's attention to detail was apparent back then and his process-driven approach has brought great stability to our organisation.
"We are happy to extend his contract and keep him in Western New York for many years to come."
McDermott's 25 wins in three seasons rank fifth in franchise history, with Marv Levy, Lou Saban, Chuck Knox, and Wade Phillips the only coaches to have won more games than him.
The Bills are scheduled to open the 2020 season against the New York Jets on September 13.