Motherwell goalkeeper Lee Hollis has put pen to paper on a new two-year contract at Fir Park.
The 26-year old has made two appearances in two seasons as back-up to Darren Randolph and has recovered from the hip problem that sidelined him for much of last term.
The former Airdrie player told Motherwell's official website: "I had a frustrating time last season, having to miss six months due to surgery, but I feel great now and can't wait for pre-season to begin.
"I push Darren as hard as I can every day, but I can't groan too much about being second in queue. He has kept something like 35 clean sheets in two seasons and won the PFA goalkeeper of the year - it's hard to argue with that.
"But I will keep myself ready if called upon. It's an exciting time for everyone at Fir Park and I am delighted to be a part of it."
Motherwell are now awaiting an answer from Steve Jennings over his offer with Keith Lasley and Stevie Hammell having signed and both Tim Clancy and Stephen Craigan departed.