Manager Derek Adams has signed a new five-year contract with Plymouth.
The Pilgrims have seen a lot of success under Adams since he joined in 2015 because he took them to the League Two play-offs in his first season where they lost 2-0 in the final to Wimbledon.
Since then, they have finished second in League Two, which guaranteed promotion, and finished just outside the League One play-offs in seventh last season.
Their poor end to the season allowed Scunthorpe and Charlton to move ahead of them.
Plymouth have a promising future under Adams because the transition to League One has been seamless, so they have a good chance of building on an impressive first season back in the division with a play-off finish next season.
The priority now will be keeping key players such as Graham Carey in order to ensure that their success is sustainable.
This is the tweet from the official account announcing the news:
— Plymouth Argyle FC (@Only1Argyle) May 23, 2018
This was met with universally positive reactions from Pilgrims fans after the stellar job Adams has done so far:
That is a big statement. Well done board.
— Kenny Pester (@Kenyay) May 23, 2018
— strictlyplymouth (@MrsFoxtrotwhisk) May 23, 2018
The most important signing this summer. Well done James Brent et al.
— Paul Martin (@pandaukfr) May 23, 2018
Brilliant news ????#pafc
— Ben Chapman (@shockyben) May 23, 2018
Absolutely brilliant news carry on the good work in Derek we trust coyg
— David Evans (@David1965De) May 23, 2018
Adams is building the Liverpool boot room of old. We really are on our way!!
— PicassoPigeon (@PicassoPigeon) May 23, 2018
Massive statement of intent. Brilliant
— Leigh Rapson (@LeighRapson) May 23, 2018