Greek giant Panathinaikos has extended coach Yannis Anastasiou’s contract until the summer of 2018, the club said on Tuesday.
The former Greece international was hired in May 2013 on a two-year deal, the 42-year-old’s first head coaching job.
Anastasiou guided the Athens club to victory in the end-of-season play-offs last year after finishing second in the regular season.
Panathinaikos also won the Greek Cup last year, beating PAOK 4-1 in the final.
The club is currently second in the Super League, eight points behind leader Olympiakos, but assured of another play-off berth.
During his playing career, Anastasiou was capped five times by Greece and enjoyed spells with Belgian club Anderlecht and in the Dutch league with Ajax.