Carlos Carvalhal will officially remain as Sheffield Wednesday boss next season after signing a new deal with the club according to BBC Sport.
The 51-year-old Portuguese boss has guided The Owls to consecutive top six finishes in his two years in South Yorkshire although the club have failed to reach the Premier League on both occasions.
Wednesday fans will be hoping that it will be a case of third time lucky next season after coming so close to a long awaited top flight return. After hearing news that Carvalhal has signed a new deal with the club, fans took to Twitter to give their views on their manager’s extended stay.
Delighted about Carlos staying. Now please add more pace and power to our side! #swfc
— Daz (@Bobbydazzler29) May 23, 2017
would be sad to see Carlos go but i felt he had to. His pure negativity cost us. amazed we have offered him a new deal tbh. #swfc
— stephen barnes (@barnsey41188) May 23, 2017
Quite staggering to read some people commenting CC staying is wrong? Unbelievable. Fella is best manager we've had in an age! #swfc
— Daryl (@dpc78) May 23, 2017
Statistically second greatest manager ever for swfc. Highest position since 2000. In carlos we trust, let's smash it next season
— 0114 (@kingofpaisley) May 23, 2017
Carlos will finish the job he and chansiri started. #swfc
— Tom Davis (@tomskidavis) May 23, 2017
Stability is all that matters and we've got it. Let's get transfers going and regroup quick, onwards and upwards #swfc
— Rhys Simmonite (@RSimmo11) May 23, 2017
— Ciaran Dearden (@ciarandearden) May 23, 2017
Not sure about Carlos staying on but can't think of a better alternative. Massive summer this. Onwards and upwards #swfc
— Paul Andrews (@paulandrews22) May 23, 2017
We must come out of the traps. Must return to aggressive attacking football. He has the first 10 games of the season for me #swfc
— Ben (@owlsfan83) May 23, 2017
personally I wouldn't trust Carlos with another seasons transfer budget. He's signed some bang average players for far too much money #swfc
— paul cummings SWFC (@PaulCummings30) May 23, 2017
Sheffield Wednesday finished the 2016/2017 campaign in fourth place but were dumped out of the Sky Bet Championship Play-Offs by Huddersfield Town in the Semi-Finals.