Queens Park Rangers defender Peter Ramage feels he has a 'point to prove' after signing a new one-year contract.
Ramage missed most of last season due to a knee injury, but returned to feature in QPR's final two matches of their promotion campaign.
The former Newcastle United man has now agreed to stay at Loftus Road and is looking forward to playing in the Premier League again next season.
"I always wanted to stay here and the gaffer made it clear from the day I got injured that he'd give me a chance, so now it's up to me to repay the faith he's shown in me," Ramage told the club's official website.
"I always had confidence that I'd get a new deal, but it's great to put pen to paper and now I can focus all my attentions
"I feel I've got a point to prove and a lot to offer this football club.
"I've got a great feeling for the place now and I'm proud to be a QPR player.
"Next season will be tough - we're under no illusions. But we've got a great team spirit, coupled with some real quality and we're all excited about the challenge that lies ahead."
Rs boss Neil Warnock added: "Obviously he's got to prove his fitness again in pre-season, but someone with his quality, attitude and love for the game is always worth having on board.
"He's a great man and a great character in the dressing room."