King's Lynn Town Football Club are delighted to announce that Ian Culverhouse has committed his future to the club by signing a contract until the end of the 2022 season.
Ian has enjoyed a huge success on the pitch in his two spells as boss.
He led the club to a second-place finish in the Southern League Premier, after which they lost in the play-off final to Slough Town, before guiding the club to promotion via the Super play-off last season after a second-place finish in the Southern Central Premier.
The club, who haven't lost at home for more than 16 months, currently top the National League North table and are sitting in their highest league position for many decades.
Linnets director of football Robbie Back said: "This is great news for the club, supporters and players. The contract comes after two hugely-successful years in charge of King’s Lynn and will ensure the long-term foundations on the pitch.
"I'm sure our supporters would agree, it is truly wonderful news and I am extremely thrilled to keep continuing working with Ian, not only professionally, but personally too as we have a good relationship.
"I feel this represents one of the big moments since the club reformed, I believe there is no better manager at this level than Ian.
"The decision also keeps with the club’s overall strategy of building from a position of strength. I'd like to thank the chairman for making this deal happen and securing Ian's services for the next few years."