Northern Ireland's Brendan Rodgers has been rewarded for leading Liverpool to the brink of their first English league football title for 24 years with a new long-term contract at the Premier League club.
Liverpool ended two points behind champions Manchester City after faltering near the end of the season, but are looking forward to a return to the Champions League for the first time since 2009.
In a joint statement, owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner said Rodgers was the right manager to bring silverware back to Anfield.
Rodgers's second season in charge at Anfield was a dramatic improvement on his first when Liverpool finished seventh.
Rodgers took over at Liverpool at the start of the 2012-2013 season after moving from Swansea City.