West Ham midfielder Hayden Mullins has signed a new four-year contract at Upton Park.
Mullins became Hammers boss Alan Pardew's first signing when he joined the club from Crystal Palace three years ago.
And he became the first man to put pen to paper in the Eggert Magnusson era as he signed on the dotted line on the day the Icelandic businessman confirmed his takeover of the club.
The 27-year-old has forced his way back into the starting line-up in recent weeks, keeping Argentina international Javier Mascherano on the sidelines.
Mullins has made 135 appearances for West Ham, although he missed last season's FA Cup final against Liverpool through suspension.