Darren Ambrose has signed a new three-year deal with Crystal Palace to end speculation over his future.
The 26-year-old winger had been linked with a move away from Selhurst Park, with former Eagles boss Neil Warnock eager to bring him to QPR.
But the former Ipswich, Newcastle and Charlton man has elected to remain with the South London club and is hoping to build on his personal success of last season.
Ambrose bagged an impressive 22 goals in all competitions and played a key role in helping the club stave off the threat of relegation after they were plunged into administration.
But with Palace stabilised by new owners and a familiar face occupying the managerial hotseat, the talented Ambrose was more than happy to commit his future to the club.
"It's been a hard few months with all the speculation about my future but I am now delighted to be sitting here signing the new contract," he told the club's official website.
"I have always wanted to remain at this football club and I am pleased it is all resolved. Without doubt it was one of the best seasons of my career and I had a really good time here.
"The new owners have come in and made a great impression and everyone has really made me feel wanted and now it is about me working hard and getting ready for the new season starting against Leicester City.
"It was great to see George Burley appointed as he was someone who gave me my chance as a kid and he knows how to get the best out of me. It's great that I am going to be working again with him at such a big club as this."
Former Ipswich boss Burley believes securing the services of Ambrose is a further boost for the club after captain Paddy McCarthy recently signed a new deal.
Burley added: "We are trying to build a club and it's important to keep your best players. It is fantastic news for the fans of the club to see both Paddy and Darren commit their future.
"Paddy is going to be the club captain this year and in my opinion is one of the best central defenders in the Championship. After all the speculation it is great to see Darren sign and this is a great bonus for everyone at the football club.
"Both have accepted offers which keep them at the club for three more years and I am sure both will help us to hopefully have a very good season."