Fiji rugby coach John McKee has put pen to paper on a contract extension though to the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
The New Zealander has led the Flying Fijians to 14 wins from 26 tests since his appointment in 2014, including a hat-trick of Pacific Nations Cup titles.
In his first match in charge, he coached them to victory against Italy, their first win over a tier one nation in seven years.
Despite only winning one game against Uruguay, McKee's Flying Fijians were praised for their performances at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where they held Wales to a 23-13 scoreline, Australia to 28-13 and hosts England to 35-11.
Meanwhile Fiji warmed up for this years PNC competition by beating tier one nations Italy and Scotland in Suva.
FRU Chairman, Francis Kean, says the Board believed the extension was in the best interest of Fiji Rugby to ensure continuity and build confidence in the Flying Fijians continued improved performance.
John McKee said he was delighted to be given the opportunity to lead Fiji's 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign and was glad the contract matter was out of the way so the team can focus on their upcoming matches against Tonga and Samoa.