Portsmouth manger Harry Redknapp has revealed to skysports.com that he has already signed the one-year contract extension offered to him.
Fratton Park supremo Milan Madaric offered Redknapp a one-year extension to show him that he has his full support as they battle to avoid relegation.
Pompey slipped into the bottom three following the weekend defeat at Everton, but Redknapp's side have more than held their own in their first season back in the top-flight.
Redknapp, who took over at Pompey in March 2002, admitted he was more than happy to pledge his future to the club until 2006.
"Yes, I have signed the deal that was offered to me," Redknapp told skysports.com.
"I had another year to run on my deal anyway and this new deal takes me up to 2006.
"I am delighted to have signed the deal as I am happy at the club."
Turning his attentions to this Wednesday's rearranged Premiership clash with Liverpool, Redknapp revealed he might be prepared to give long-term injury victim Svetoslav Todorov his first game of the season at Anfield.
The Bulgarian international has missed the whole of the season so far after picking up a serious knee injury during pre-season.
The former West Ham ace returned to action last month with a couple of run-outs in the reserves, scoring a few goals to prove his fitness, and Redknapp is ready to pitch him against Liverpool as Pompey look to climb out of the bottom three.
"It is a big game on Wednesday at Liverpool and, thankfully, the injury problems are not too bad.
"Todorov might get a go at Anfield as he is getting back to full fitness.
"Toddy has had a few reserves games now and even scored a few goals.
"He is looking good and I might give him a start against Liverpool."