Burnley winger Chris Eagles has signed a new two-year deal to stay at Turf Moor.
Manager Brian Laws revealed after Tuesday's Carling Cup win at Morecambe that Eagles had agreed to sign a new contract.
And the 24-year-old has now put pen to paper, committing himself to the club until June 2012.
Eagles had a year left on his existing deal and, although Burnley accepted an offer from Rangers earlier in the summer, he turned down the move.
The former Manchester United trainee arrived at Turf Moor in the summer of 2008 and helped the Clarets make their long-awaited return to the top flight in his first season with the club.
They were unable to secure survival but Eagles is confident they can go straight back up.
"I wouldn't have signed if I didn't think Burnley can get back into the Premier League," he told the club's official website.
"I love it here and the players we have got have got the talent to go back there.
"I have been here for two years and had a brilliant time - and with the squad we've got here I believe we can do it again."
Eagles has made two substitute appearances as Burnley have taken seven points from their first three Championship games.
He will now be pushing for a regular place in the starting line-up after impressing against Morecambe in midweek, scoring the equaliser and winning the penalty for Steven Thompson's goal in a 3-1 win.