El-Hadji Diouf has agreed to extend his stay at Championship strugglers Doncaster Rovers until the end of the season, according to boss Dean Saunders.
Diouf made a surprise short-term move to the Keepmoat Stadium last month and has quickly impressed his new team-mates and supporters with a series of hard-working displays.
Saunders believes the controversial Senegal star is enjoying his football again - despite facing a tough relegation battle with bottom-side Rovers.
The Welshman is hopeful the 32-year-old, who is currently sidelined by a hamstring injury, will put pen to paper on the new deal in the coming week.
"Dioufy feels very welcome here and he's agreed to stay for the rest of the season," Saunders told the Doncaster Free Press. "That's great news for us.
"He's a top player and he would get into most teams in the Premier League.
"He's on ten per cent of what he was earning last season - and he's on ten per cent of what he could be earning elsewhere.
"But what's important to him is that he's got a smile on his face here at Doncaster."