Bradford City striker James Hanson has ended doubts about his future by signing a new four-year contract at Valley Parade.
The Bradford-born 22-year-old was the Bantams' top scorer last season with 13 goals and has been rewarded for his impressive start to life in the professional ranks.
He had been attracting interest from other clubs and Bradford boss Peter Taylor is delighted that Hanson has agreed to stay.
Taylor said: "I'm pleased as long as he carries on doing what he has been for us. It's good for the football club and it's good for him.
"He's got to keep it going now. James has got to look at this at the first step on the ladder. But looking at it and talking to him for three months, I can see he's got the right attitude to go on and be a good player."
Taylor is still looking to add two more players, including a striker, to his squad ahead of the start of the new League Two campaign.