Leicester Riders head coach Rob Paternostro has signed a new long-term contract with the British Basketball League treble-winning club.
Centre Barry Lamble, the club's longest-serving player, has has also signed a new one-year deal and returns for an eighth successive campaign.
Paternostro was named BBL coach of the year, leading Leicester to the league championship, cup and play-off titles.
"I'm very excited by the new contract," Paternostro told BBC Radio Leicester.
"This is a place I enjoy working, I feel secure here and feel there is still a lot of work to be done."
The 40-year-old joined the club in 2008 and led the Riders to third in his first campaign - Leicester's best finish at the time.
Last term the East Midlands outfit clinched the first championship title in their history.