Jim Gavin is to continue his trophy-laden spell in charge of the Dublin footballers.
It has been confirmed today that the Dublin manager has agreed a 2 year extension to his term.
It means he will be in charge of the Boys in Blue until at least 2019.
His current deal was due to end this year.
Gavin has led Dublin to three All-Ireland titles, four Leinster crowns and four Allianz Leagues in his four years in charge.
Gavin celebrating the All-Ireland win last year with some members of his Dublin panel. Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer
“We are delighted to announce that Jim Gavin has agreed to remain as manager of the Dublin Senior Football Team for another 2 years, until the conclusion of the 2019 championship” said a statement from the Dublin County board.
“Jim and all of his backroom team have already contributed so much time & hard-work to the Dublin team and we thank them all for their continued efforts.
1995 All-Ireland winner Gavin took on the role as manager in 2013, replacing Pat Gilroy.
Jim is is a finalist in the Best Dub category of 98FM's Best of Dublin Awards 2017. Vote for your favourites HERE.