John Yems has signed a three-year deal at Crawley Town until the end of the 2022/23 season.

Lee Bradbury, Yems' assistant, will also be remaining with the club.

Yems rejoined the club for a second spell in charge in December following Gabriele Cioffi's departure and has won three, drawn six and lost only two of his 11 games in charge.

Yems said: "I'm delighted to be staying on at the club for the foreseeable future.

"Everyone has been first class since I've come in and the boys have really bought into what Lee and I are trying to put across to them.

"All the staff at the training ground and at the stadium have been great too.

"The fans have really supportive of me since I've come in and the noise in the terraces and stands has been great so long may that continue!"

Technical Director Erdem Konyar said: "Since John and Lee have arrived, the team has expressed great character and endeavour.

"Once again there is a good feeling around the club and it’s important we keep building to move forward. I’m truly excited about the future and the results have shown we are on the right track."

The club revealed Yems was set to extend his stay after initially joining until the end of the season at a fans' forum this week.

Crawley are at home to Scunthorpe in League Two on Saturday.