Nick Saban isn’t planning on retirement anytime soon.

On Monday, Alabama announced it has agreed to a lengthy contract extension with its head football coach. Saban has been extended through the 2028 college football season, with the contract running through February 28, 2029.

That means Saban will be leading the Crimson Tide for at least eight more seasons under the new contract. It’s an extension of three years from his previous contract.

Per a release from Alabama, Saban will receive a base salary and talent fee of $8.425 million for the upcoming contract year and will see an increase annually through the length of the contract.

“Terry and I are pleased and happy to sign another contract extension that will keep us in Tuscaloosa through the end of our career,” Saban said. “Our family calls Tuscaloosa and the state of Alabama home, it’s a place where our roots now run deep. This agreement gives us the chance to continue to impact the lives of the young men and their families who choose to play football and get an education at Alabama. We want to thank the Board of Trustees, Chancellor St. John, President Bell, Director of Athletics Greg Byrne, our athletics administration, the football staff and the whole University community for their support.”

The upcoming season will mark Saban’s 15th at Alabama. He has guided the Crimson Tide to six national championships, including one at the end of the 2020 season. Saban also won one title at LSU.

Alabama is 165-23 with a 96-15 mark in SEC competition under Saban. The Crimson Tide have reached a double-digit win total in all but one season since 2007.