LAKE Wendouree coach Gavin Webb will coach on again next year after being reappointed by the club to take to the helm again in 2014.
Lakers president Dave Clifton said Webb had received unanimous support from the club to coach on again next year, in what would be his third year in charge.
Webb took over at the start of the 2012 season, having previously co-captained the side to its first Ballarat Football League premiership in 2010.
Clifton said although there had been a few lean years at Lake Wendouree, Webb was clearly taking the side in the right direction.
The Lakers won three games in 2012 and will notch up five wins this season if it defeats Sebastopol, as expected, today.
"We're very, very happy with him and what he's doing with the club," Clifton said of Webb.
"He's got the list playing a good type of footy, an attacking type of footy where you can see them developing."
Having not recruited many players for this season, Clifton hinted towards bringing in some bigger names over the off season to build on the playing list for 2014.
"We'll look to help Webby out by giving him some more recruits to add to the playing list next year," he said.
Webb said he was yet to decide if he would continue as a playing coach or direct from the sidelines next year.
He suffered three concussions this year, and has played the last month of football wearing a protective helmet.
Webb has signed on to coach just for 2014 for the moment, with the possibility of extending the contract further down the track.