Motherwell goalkeeper Lee Hollis has signed a new one-year deal with the Scottish Premier League club.
The former Airdrie shot-stopper had to wait until the final day of the season before making his debut after being kept out by the impressive Darren Randolph.
But the Bellshill-born goalkeeper, 25, is happy to stay and fight for his place in the first-team with Randolph.
"It's good to get things sorted as I really enjoy it here at Motherwell," he told the club's official website.
"I didn't play much last season but when the guy between the sticks is performing the way Darren was, you haven't got much of an argument.
"He was brilliant and I learned a lot from him and (goalkeeping coach) Stewart Kerr last year.
"I will keep working as hard as I can each and every day to make sure that, if I am called upon, I am ready for anything."
Young goalkeepers Tom Bradley and Willie Muir have also signed one-year extensions.