West Ham United have revealed the club have handed winger Luis Boa Morte a new contract.
The Portuguese's previous terms at Upton Park were due to expire this summer, and last month Boa Morte confirmed he expected to part ways with the Hammers.
However, West Ham have announced they have agreed a new deal with the 32-year-old, rewarding him with a two-year contract.
The left-sided player joined the Hammers from Fulham for £5million in 2007 but has struggled for fitness since the switch.
In particular last season Boa Morte played just once for the Premier League club, but he will be now looking for a fresh chapter under new boss Avram Grant.
He told the club's official website: "I am delighted to sign the contract and can't wait to get started.
"The new manager Avram Grant is going to play an attacking style and I hope to get involved in that.
"I am very happy to be at West Ham and look forward to scoring more goals and doing everything I can for the team."
He continued: "To be honest, I did have more options and more offers from other people but I wanted to stay here.
"When the season finished, a few clubs came to me about signing for them but West Ham believed in me and things are looking positive here.
"We have a new manager and I have seen he has done good things with Chelsea and Portsmouth, reaching major finals twice. The fans also had an impact on my decision to stay and I look forward to playing for them again."