Graham Alexander reiterated his “pleasure” at overcoming “a frightening problem” of saving Motherwell from relegation after which qualifying for Europe.
He cut up from the Scottish Premiership membership final week after shedding to Irish aspect Sligo Rovers within the Europa Convention League qualifier match.
However the 50-year-old described them as “an incredible 18 months” as a supervisor.
“It is a time I’ll all the time keep in mind fondly,” he advised the League Managers Affiliation web site.
Alexander thanked each the board and the gamers for his or her assist and exhausting work throughout his time with assistant Chris Lucketti.
The previous Scottish full-back born in Coventry careworn that he had taken cost of Motherwell “the final within the standings and the relegation mounted within the face”.
“Sustaining Motherwell’s Premiership standing, with a couple of video games to spare, has been so vital to the membership each on and off the pitch,” he stated.
“Our subsequent problem was to refine and enhance the squad, to create a bunch of gamers who may purpose for a end within the first half. In our solely full season, we managed to do all this and qualify for Europe, after spending 27 weeks of the season within the high six “.
Alexander returned to the topic of his assertion when Motherwell introduced that they had cut up “by mutual settlement”.
“I’ll all the time keep in mind what we, as a staff, have achieved collectively – qualifying for Europe, incomes the third highest rating behind solely Celtic and Rangers – and being the fourth high scorer in your complete league,” he added.
“Whereas specializing in these targets, we’ve got additionally reintroduced the below 18s into full-time coaching, permitting us to incorporate a number of Academy gamers in our senior squad.”
Simo Valakari is amongst those that utilized for the emptiness at Fir Park, whereas former Motherwell midfielder Paul Lambert stated he was open to an method.
Academy supervisor Steven Hammell, who led Properly to the opening victory of the Scottish Premiership at St Mirren on Sunday, stays in control of keeper and has refused to be excluded from the race.