Mauricio Pochettino's contract with PSG has been extended until 2023.
When he took over at the Parc des Princes in January, the former Tottenham manager signed an 18-month contract with the option of an additional year.
Despite failing to secure the Ligue 1 title after losing out to Lille, the PSG board have chosen to keep faith with the former Tottenham manager despite his lack of trophies so far.
This is a clear show of faith by the PSG board who would be encouraged by his Premier League experience and the fact that he took Tottenham to their first ever Champions League Final.
Despite losing to Liverpool 2-0 that night, Pochettino managed to develop many players like Harry Kane, Son, Dele Alli and more, playing an attractive brand of football.
He will most certainly be hoping to replicate that with PSG but this time, he will need to deliver trophies. Second place in any competition for PSG is simply not good enough.