Middlesbrough's Brad Jones has penned a new two-year contract.
The 23-year-old Australian, who was recently called into the full national squad for the first time, has come through the youth ranks at The Riverside and played 17 times in The Premiership.
He has clocked up some 50 first team appearances in total after loan spells at Sheffield Wednesday, Blackpool, Rotherham and Stockport.
Jones's contract was due to expire in the summer and he had been attracting some interest - including West Brom who tried to land him in January.
However, he has now pledged his future to Boro and will now look to push number one and fellow countryman Mark Schwarzer for a first team spot.
"Brad has signed a two-year deal," his agent Gary Williams told skysports.com.
"It is all positive news for Brad and he is delighted.
"He is now hoping to push and become number one next season."
Meanwhile, Boro have also handed a new two-year deal to highly-rated Australian-born defender Rhys Williams.
The centre-half, who has played for Wales Under-21s this term, is out injured for the rest of the season but Boro have moved to tie him down to a new deal.