Lewis Haldane has become the latest player to pledge his future to Port Vale after signing a new two-year contract.
The winger initially joined Vale on loan from Bristol Rovers last September before signing a deal until the end of the season after negotiating his release from the Pirates.
He scored four goals in 43 appearances for Vale and manager Micky Adams believes there is still much more to come from the 25-year-old.
"Lewis is a confidence player, the type who needs people to have belief in him," Adams told The Sentinel.
"This contract will settle him down so he can work on his game.
"Lewis is quick, but he's not the finished article. His final ball lets him down at times, but when he is in full flow he can be quite exciting."
John McCombe, Anthony Griffith, Kris Taylor and Chris Martin have also agreed terms recently, meaning Louis Dodds and Marc Richards are the remaining two players still mulling offer their contract offers.