Steve Clarke has signed a new contract to remain Scotland's head coach until 2024.

The former Kilmarnock and West Brom manager committed his future to his nation following the announcement of his squad for upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Denmark, Moldova and Austria.

Clarke was the first man to lead Scotland to a major tournament since 1998 following this summer's Euro 2020 competition.

And the SFA have shown their appreciation with a new three-year deal.

He was praised for his side's goalless draw with England at Wembley, however he was unable to guide Scots to a victory at the tournament.

A defeat on the opening day at Hampden to Czech Republic was followed by the England result and then a loss to Croatia to seal the country's fate and an early exit.

Clarke, 57, has been in charge since 2019 where he took charge of his first squad against Cyprus in Euro 2020 qualifying, which he won 2-1.

We told earlier how Clarke picked his squad for upcoming crunch clashes and made some big calls.

You can read the announcement here.

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