Toulon head coach Bernard Laporte has said that he has agreed to remain in charge of the Heineken Cup champions until 2016.
Toulon head coach Bernard Laporte has revealed that he has agreed to stay in charge of the club until 2016.
Laporte broke the news at a press conference ahead of Toulon's semi-final against Munster at the Stade VÃ©lodrome in Marseille on Sunday.
“Nothing has been signed but we have come to a verbal agreement that I will prolong my contract for an extra year,” explained the former France boss.
Laporte said he had made the agreement after talks with club president Mourad Boudjellal.
“I have found a place here where I can easily balance work and family life, things I couldn't do before,” he added ahead of the European clash.