Craig Shakespeare has agreed a three-year deal to remain as Leicester City manager. The 53-year-old became interim boss on the back of Claudio Ranieri's sacking at the home of the 2016 Premier League Champions.
Shakespeare took charge of The Foxes in February when it looked as if they were to battle for safety for the remainder of the season.
However, he guided Leicester to the quarter finals of the Champions League and won eight of his 16 games in charge last season, ensuring safety.
Shakespeare was Ranieri's assistant throughout their title winning season, and was also second in command under the Nigel Pearson regime at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester are expected to confirm the deal within the next 24 hours.