Fabio Capello has signed an amended contract with England to end speculation over his future.
Capello had been linked with the managerial vacancy at Inter following the departure of Jose Mourinho to Real Madrid.
The Football Association has confirmed that an amended deal has been signed which removes the clause allowing either party to break the agreement after this summer’s World Cup finals.
Inter president Massimo Moratti had earlier confirmed that Capello was on his shortlist to replace the Portuguese, but the Italian will stay on until 2012.
“I am very happy about this and would like to thank Sir David Richards and the FA for their continued support and assurances about my future,” Capello said.
“I always wanted to stay until the end of my contract.
“In South Africa, we are totally focused on the World Cup.”
Richards added: “We are very pleased to have Fabio’s commitment for another two years and it is good that we have been able to resolve this before the team flies to South Africa.
“Now we can all concentrate on the World Cup and give Fabio and the players our full support.”