Mayo manager James Horan has been handed a two-year extension to his term, the Mayo county board confirmed in a statement tonight.
The two-year extension to Horan's three-year term was unanimously agreed following a meeting with the manager and the recommendation will go before next Monday night's meeting of the county board for ratification.
"Despite UNCONFIRMED and UNWARRANTED reports earlier this week, the Mayo Senior Football Team Manager and Mayo County Board have always had and will continue to have a very good working relationship," the statement read.
"Mayo County Board along with the Mayo Senior Football Management are committed to ensuring that the Mayo Senior Footballers receive the best available resources and facilities in order to help them fulfil their full potential.
"The Mayo Senior Team under the management of James Horan have made tremendous progress in the last 2 years. Mayo County Board are delighted to have a manager of the calibre that is James Horan and remain extremely confident that this team will realise their ultimate goal in the very near future."