Jimbo Fisher isn’t going anywhere for the next decade.

On Wednesday, the Texas A&M Board of Regents authorized President Kathy Banks to give Fisher an amended contract in which he’ll be signed through 2031 and will be making an annual salary of $9 million, as shared by TexAgs on Twitter.

Aggies director of athletics Ross Bjork explained the timeline and why Fisher got this new deal now.

“It’s really, really important to get this done before we start playing games. It further shows our commitment not only to Coach Fisher but to Aggie football,” Bjork said, per TexAgs. “We’re on the right track to building towards championship-level success.”

Fisher is entering his fourth season at Texas A&M, and he’s coming off his best year yet. In 2020, the Aggies went 9-1, which included going 8-1 in SEC play. Their only loss came against national champion Alabama, while they ended the campaign with an Orange Bowl victory over North Carolina.

Over Fisher’s first 3 seasons, Texas A&M has gone 26-10 (17-8 in conference games).

“In all the time I’ve been in athletics, I haven’t been around a guy that works as hard as he does in the film room, with players, game planning, making sure he cares doubt every little detail,” Bjork said, per TexAgs. “All the details make the big things happen.”

Fisher’s fourth season will begin Saturday, when Texas A&M hosts Kent State at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU