West Brom midfielder James Morrison has signed a new four-year contract at the Hawthorns.
The new and improved deal will keep the Scotland international with the Baggies until 2016.
Morrison has established himself as a key member of the West Brom side since arriving from Middlesbrough in 2007.
Baggies boss Steve Clarke believes keeping Morrison, who is the longest serving player in the current squad, is a big coup for the club.
"After strengthening the squad during the transfer window, it's equally important to hold onto your best players and I'm delighted James has signed a new deal," Clarke told the club's official website.
"The new contract is fair reward for James' hard work and efforts.
"He's been here a number of years now and has always been one of the key players.
"This is a good message to send to the rest of the squad, that if you do well and keep improving you will be rewarded.
"It's also a big coup for the club because I'm sure that if James was on the market, there'd be a few clubs interested in him."