Mario Gomez has penned a contract extension at Bayern Munich and will now remain with the Bundesliga outfit until at least the summer of 2016.
The Germany international has been in prolific form this season, netting 37 times in 42 appearances.
His efforts have helped to keep Bayern in the running for domestic glory, as well as continental success.
He has agreed to prolong his association with the club the day after seeing them book their place in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Gomez claims he has never contemplated walking away from the Allianz Arena, with it his opinion that he is already in the best place for his career.
"I have always said that FC Bayern are a fantastic club and I am happy here," he told the club's official website.
"I see the best sporting prospects here and so I am delighted that the new contract has now been signed.
"I am convinced that we are going to achieve a lot in the coming years and I want to make my contribution."
Gomez has made a major contribution to Bayern's recent triumphs, with 61 Bundesliga goals plundered in only 88 appearances since arriving from Stuttgart in 2009.
He is on course to win the Bundesliga's golden boot award for the second year running after racking up 23 goals, the same as Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, and Bayern are pleased to have one of Europe's deadliest marksmen among their ranks.
"He has become one of the best strikers in Europe in recent years," said Bayern's director of sport Christian Nerlinger.
"We are delighted that he is going to keep scoring his goals for FC Bayern.
"With this new contract for Mario and those with the other Germany internationals, we have now laid a long-standing foundation for the coming years at FC Bayern."