Rory Fallon has committed his long-term future to Plymouth by signing an extension to his current contract.
The burly striker was set to become a free agent in the summer but will now remain at Home Park until the summer of 2011.
The New Zealander has been a key man for Paul Sturrock's side this season and has seen his impressive performances rewarded accordingly.
The 26-year-old is delighted to have penned the new deal and admits he is thoroughly enjoying life on the South Coast.
"I've just signed a new two-and-a-half year deal and I'm happy," Fallon told the club's official website.
"It has been going on for a few weeks now and I just know that I need to be in Plymouth. I didn't get sidetracked by anything else because I felt I needed another two years here.
"I am happy here and you can't put a price on happiness. If you are happy and doing everything right outside of football, it comes back onto the pitch.
"Hopefully in the next two years, we could be in the Premiership - you just don't know."