Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has been given a new contract that will expire in 2019.
The Nigeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick announced the new deal at an event in Lagos on Monday.
Rohr, who helped Nigeria qualify for their sixth World Cup, will arrive in Russia for next year’s football’s showpiece having another two years with the Eagles under his belt.
The 64-year-old former Gabon manager signed an initial two-year deal in July 2015 after he replaced Sunday Oliseh, with the provision of an extension if the team qualified for Russia 2018.
Pinnick also said the NFF was not owing the German coach.
The national football boss also revealed that the NFF would announce the new manager of the Super Falcons in the next 10 days.
“We are sorry that the Falcoms have been neglected and have not been getting the attention they needed, but I can assure you that all that will change and they will get the same attention and benefits as the Super Eagles,” he said.
Meanwhile, the NFF launched its short code *1945# for Russia 2018 World Cup in Lagos on Monday.
With the short code, 25 fans will win World Cup slots on a monthly basis from January 2018.