Kotoko have handed head Coach Steve Polack a two-year contract extension, sources have revealed to Ghanasportsonline.com.
The English had his contract extended after helping Kotoko to win the MTN FA Cup title.
Polack guided the Porcupine Warriors to clinch their ninth FA Cup title after a win over Hearts of Oak in the finals.
Management of the Club have decided to sign him on for another two years.
The Coach had his contract expire at the end of the 2016/17 season having signed a short term deal with the Ghanaian giants.
The expatriate was signed on from Berekum Chelsea to replace Croatia Zdravko Lugarosic who was sacked after four matches into the season.
Former player Frimpong Manso who was employed on an interim basis also saw the exit after failing to supervise the team to victory before Polack was assigned to take over the side until the end of the season.
Reports were widespread the former Berekum Chelsea manager was on the verge of leaving the Club but sources have disclosed he has received a contract extension.
Kotoko are expected to confirm the new deal with the Coach this week.
By Frank Darkwah