STERLING DAVIS vowed to get started on rebuilding his Glasgow Rocks side after clinching a new three-year deal with the Kelvin Hall club.
The 33-year-old Texan, who succeeded Thorsten Leibenath as Rocks coach four years ago, has penned a new contract which will tie him to the Rocks until 2014.
Davis is still searching for his first silverware since taking over the reigns in 2007.
Despite coming so close to play-off glory in 2010, his side failed to live up to expectations in the season just past, finishing sixth in the BBL.
The former Sheffield Sharks forward is now looking to rebuild his squad in the hope of mounting a serious title challenge next season.
After signing his new deal, Davis said: "It's good to know where I stand. Now I can get started on the team."
Rocks longest serving player, Scott Russell admits he may have to move on if a new deal doesn't arrive soon.
The Scotland international could look overseas and admitted: "If the right situation comes up, you can't say 'no."