Inter Miami manager Phil Neville has signed a contract extension, the MLS club announced on Monday.

Neville's previous contract was due to expire at the end of the 2022 season. The length of the extension was not disclosed.

"I'm obviously really happy," Neville told reporters after the announcement. "I love working for this football club. I enjoy working for the people I work with, for the people I work for. And I think it's not often in life that you get to find a location, find a job, find a city that you fall in love with and that you have a job that you get up every single morning, excited to go into work with great people.

"And fortunately enough, luckily enough, I have that situation here in Miami. I work with great people. I work for great people and there's an incredible amount of trust between everybody."

Neville was hired ahead of the 2021 campaign amid considerable doubts over his managerial experience -- previously limited to a three-year spell as England Women's boss -- but he showed this season he can excel as a coach.

Despite being weighed down by financial penalties due to violating MLS roster rules during its inaugural season in 2020, Neville led the Inter Miami to an unexpected run to the postseason, with seven wins and a draw in their final 12 games of the season.