Nahuel Arrarte's reappointment is a timely one for the South Coast Wolves.
With the coaching future no longer uncertain, they can look forward to assembling and building on the squad for next season.
Nahuel built a great deal of momentum at the club over the past season and his reappointment should ensure it continues into the new campaign.
The playing group finished the year full of confidence, with the club eventually sky rocketing up the ladder to finish seventh by the end of the season.
It coincided with the development of several young players who got valuable exposure to top-grade football and received numerous trials with A-League clubs.
If these players are retained with the benefit of another full preseason in the top grade, the new campaign should be a bright one.
Additionally, Jason Spencer's arrival as an assistant coach should provide a boost for next season.
Jasper has consistently helped develop young talent at the Wolves in recent times and will be a strong presence on the bench next season.
While Michael Santalab's significant contribution will be missed in the new year, Jasper's promotion should help ease the load.
It is super news for the club, on the back of a memorable night at WIN Stadium for the FFA Cup against Central Coast Mariners.
While the Wolves mightn't have been able to get the result, the support and atmosphere surrounding the night was immense.
The crowd of more than 5000 was far bigger than any other game thus far in the FFA Cup competition.
It highlighted the region's passion for the game after more than 6000 turned up for the A-League All Stars friendly with the Young Socceroos. Let's hope for another deep Cup run next campaign.