President of the Confederation of African Football (Caf), Issa Hayatou, has been re-elected into office after standing unopposed.
The 62-year-old Caf President was retained for another four years at Caf's XXXI General Assembly Congress in Lagos, Nigeria on Wednesday.
No other nominations had been received for the position.
Hayatou has been in charge of the continental sport governing body since 1988.
His time in office to date he has seen the expansion of the Africa Cup of Nations from eight teams to 16 and the introduction of prize money to the Champions League and Confederation Cup.