Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has signed a new deal at Molineux.
The highly-rated custodian has inked a two-year extension to keep him at Wolves until 2010.
Wolves chief Mick McCarthy was delighted to tie down the Wales international to a new long-term deal.
Delighted"We're delighted Wayne has signed his contract," McCarthy told the club's official website.
"As soon as Matt was injured before the season I was quite comfortable knowing Wayne was here and my main concern was getting some back-up in to push him for the spot.
"That's the confidence we've got in Wayne, we know we've got a very good keeper on our hands.
"So far this season he's been excellent, and has also played really well for Wales last week as well."
McCarthy also revealed he is considering signing Graham Stack on a permanent basis from Reading.
Stack is currently on loan at Wolves following injuries to Matt Murray and Carl Ikeme and McCarthy is now ready to make the move permanent.
Permanent deal"We want to keep Graham and will be having talks with him and Steve Coppell to see if a deal can be done," added McCarthy.
"That might be extending the loan, or even something permanent.
"I've had a tentative chat with Steve, and will be talking more this week."