The news that David Wagner and his assistant Christoph Buhler have agreed new contracts was greeted with universal exaltation by Huddersfield Town fans.
Eight months is a long time in football, but the Wagner Revolution still has some way to go.
And the news that the 44-year-old has extended his deal means fans can anticipate his ideas and style continuing to evolve at PPG Canalside and the John Smith's Stadium.
With the 2016/17 Championship fixtures being released on Wednesday, it's just another reason to look forward to next term.
Here are some of the manager's most memorable games so far - with hopefully plenty more to come.
Middlesbrough (h) - November 28
The first glimpse most fans had of their new boss came in his first home game against Middlesbrough, who were hotly (and correctly) tipped for promotion.
Wagner didn't get the easiest of starts to Championship life, with the previous week yielding a 3-1 defeat away at Sheffield Wednesday, but he embraced his fiery baptism and gave eager Town supporters an idea of what would follow.
It's rare to see a team applauded from the field following a 2-0 loss, but that was the sight that greeted Wagner and Buhler as they made their way off the field at full time.
Pressing, harrying, and showing off a then-new willingness to play out from the back, Town were the better side against Aitor Karanka's men, enjoyed 75% possession over the 90 minutes but were undone by a clinical Boro who managed just three shots on goal all afternoon.
The road ahead looked bathed in sunshine.
Birmingham (a) - December 5
While Wagner's new style had won friends, admirers and even some grudging praise from rivals, the substance of a result was required.
It took the former Borussia Dortmund II boss a mere three attempts to provide it, and no fan present at St Andrew's that December day is likely to rue skipping the Christmas shopping and mince pies for this performance.
Aston Villa fan Joe Lolley set the tone for the day with a well-taken goal and enthusiastic celebration before 60 seconds had elapsed, and Nahki Wells made sure of the points ten minutes from time.
But this performance was about much more than the goals - emphasised by the towering performance from Dean Whitehead at the base of midfield.
The natives grew increasingly restless as Town shut down any semblance of an attacking threat from their hosts, and at full time fans were treated to the now customary celebrations with the manager who had quickly won a place in their hearts.
Nottingham Forest (a) - February 13
The trip to the City Ground will forever go down in the memory for Philip Billing's cracking strike. The sport is based around moments of quality, technical prowess and goals, and this combined all three into one magical moment.
And it does help that the Dane is "one of our own"!
Later voted the Goal of the Season, supporters are likely to be talking about that finish for years to come.
But this game would have been memorable before the second goal of the afternoon (the first was an own goal).
It may have got lost in the mists of time but Town had lost their previous four games in all competitions, including an extremely disappointing defeat to Preston in the closing minutes. By contrast, Forest were unbeaten in 13 league encounters.
Town turned in an impressive team display and learnt from the game at Preston to see it out professionally at the end, to the delight of a raucous away end.
MK Dons (a) - February 23
Not an obvious one perhaps, but one that deserves a closer look.
Philip Billing's dubious red card dominated the post-match debate and was crucial in the result, coming just three minutes after his half time entrance with Town a goal down.
But what made this particular Tuesday night in Milton Keynes a tad less chilly was the way those in the bright yellow refused to lie down and take the expected punishment of a defeat.
And the sight of Joel Lynch thrown on as a striker from the bench, and the winner set up by Mark Hudson, only added to the surreal vibe for this encounter at stadium MK.
It took until the 85th minute for David Wagner's bravery, and refusal to accept a one goal defeat despite the numerical disadvantage, to be rewarded, but typically it was Nahki Wells who stepped up with the finish.
Although it still remains a mystery why the Town fans had to be housed in the otherwise empty upper tier when there was room in the lower...
Leeds United (a) - March 19
What more can be said about David Wagner's only West Yorkshire derby to date?
Coming from behind, scoring four goals, comprehensive winners on Elland Road turf - this was easily the result of the season and Wagner's tenure so far.
The last time Town completed a better victory than this on Leeds' own patch was in 1925-26 when they were the English Champions.
But it wasn't looking promising initially - Nahki Wells missed a penalty before Stuart Dallas put the home side ahead.
But then Mark Hudson emerged with a the most well-timed of captain's goals to begin the comeback just before the break, and Wells answered the home supporters' taunts with a magnificent second half display.
Harry Bunn and Karim Matmour added their names to the scoresheet before Wells got the goal his display thoroughly merited.
And no one will ever forget the celebrations from the man himself...
Bristol City (a) - April 30
If the previous choices have all been occasions that deserve space in the memory bank, the trip to Ashton Gate sticks out for all the wrong reasons.
No doubt plenty of fans who travelled would wish to erase the pictures of that dismal defeat from their collective brain - although most had a decent weekend in Bristol beyond the 90 minutes of football.
The display across the whole side was dire.
Matmour received the highest rating from fans (a 5.2 average) while most struggled to break beyond a four. And that wasn't harsh.
It was a defensive horror show where Town were pulled all over the place.
The following week's 5-1 drubbing at the hands of Brentford also provoked feelings of anger and despair, but with the end-of-season feel of the final weekend in the air it didn't have quite the same sting.
Plus for most, it's a much shorter trip home.