Salford owner Marwan Koukash has hailed the impact Brian Noble has had on the Reds since taking over last month.
Noble, 52, replaced Phil Veivers in April and oversaw a 28-22 win over Widnes at Magic Weekend.
Koukash said: “I’m delighted with how things have gone since Brian took charge.
“We are starting to see real progress. Brian is more than just the coach, I class him as a mate. There is a mutual trust and respect between us. We work very well together.
“The instant impact he has had on the team and the club is there for all to see.
“Our supporters have smiles on their faces again. We are becoming stronger over time and we are heading in the right direction.”
“Our supporters have smiles on their faces again. We are becoming stronger over time and we are heading in the right direction.
“I am pleased with what I have seen from the players. They are playing for each other and there is a very strong spirit among them.
“Brian’s experience in rugby and in business is second to none.
“He knows all about team building and we have seen in recent weeks how the team is buying into what he wants.
“This time next year we really will have a top-class squad and we will be a force. Very exciting times lie ahead for Salford – trust me.”
Salford travel to Warrington on Sunday as they search for a third Super League win under Noble.