Swansea striker Jason Scotland has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
The Trinidad & Tobago international was the leading scorer in League One last season with 29 goals, but his contract had been set to expire at the end of the current campaign.
Roberto Martinez has now moved to secure Scotland's services for longer, although the exact details of his deal have not been disclosed.
Martinez is thrilled to be keeping Scotland, who joined the club from St Johnstone in May 2007.
"We are delighted to have secured someone of Jason's quality on a long-term deal," Martinez told Swansea's official website.
"Jason is a rare breed in the modern game. He proved last season what a deadly finisher he is in front of goal.
"As well as his goalscoring prowess, his build-up play was essential to our success last season and I'm sure the fans will keep loving every second of Jason in a Swan shirt."
Scotland was also delighted to commit his future to Swansea and set his sights on making an impact in the Championship.
"I'm pleased we've confirmed the new deal early because it means I can continue to concentrate on my football," he explained.
"To finish with 29 goals (last season) was a dream. It's going to be difficult to match it because the Championship is a higher level, but I'm looking forward to the challenge."