Great results, unlucky with the Capital One Cup but congraulations on the FA Cup.
RewardAston Villa manager David Beckham has been awarded a new contract on £76,000 per week, seeing him earn £25,000 more than his previous existing contract of £51,000 per week.
Beckham's previous contract ran until 2017 but his new one will only expire in 2019.
The contract was offered in the face of interest for Beckham's managerial services from Chelsea and Juventus. The Blues sacked Mexican boss Javier Aguirre at the end of the season after finishing in 6th place, while Juve boss Antonio Conte left after a successful season to take the job at Bayern Munich.
"I am very happy to have signed a new contract," said Beckham. "The board has really shown how they appreciate me and in return I hope I can lead our squad to a successful season this year."
Chairman Randy Lerner has also revealed his delight at Beckham's acceptance of the contract.
"David really loves Aston Villa and he's shown it by signing that contract. I'm delighted he's signed. I really think he can be the one to take our club to better heights."
Striker Christian Benteke has also admitted that the entire squad is happy with the announcement.
"For a lot of us, David is the best manager we've played under so we are looking forward to working with him for 4 more years and winning more trophies."