Wilmots confirmed as Belgium coach
Wilmots had been in caretaker charge of the national team following the resignation of Georges Leekens last month and has since presided over a 2-2 draw against Macedonia and a narrow 1-0 defeat against England at Wembley at the weekend.
"Technical director Benoit Thans and technical commission president Philippe Collin have reached an agreement with Marc Wilmots for two years," read a statement on the Belgian Football Federation website, footbel.com. "A month ago, Mark had taken over this role in unexpected and difficult circumstances, and confirmed since then all his excellent work in recent years.
"Moreover, he succeeded incredibly quickly in making a big impression as coach among the players and the coaching staff. Marc Wilmots and KBVB are proud and delighted that the professional framework around the Red Devils will continue with Marc at the head of the team."
Leekens quit the post last month to take over at Club Brugge, leaving Wilmots to step up from his role as assistant. Leekens had been in charge of Belgium since May 2010, leading the country to third place in Group A behind Germany and Turkey in qualifying for Euro 2012.