Sheffield Wednesday striker Leon Clarke has signed a one-year contract extension at Hillsborough.
Clarke has impressed for the Owls this season and the club have exercised the option to hang on to the striker until 2010.
The former Wolves forward has notched eight goals and hopes to build on that tally next term after resolving his future.
"I am very pleased to be staying at Sheffield Wednesday," Clarke told the club's official website.
"It has been a very positive season for me on a personal level and I hope to play in as many games as possible next season and hope to carry on my scoring run from this season."
Owls boss Brian Laws believes the 24-year-old can be a key part of the club's push towards the Championship play-off spots next season.
Laws said: "Leon has made a fantastic amount of progress this year and he has become a potent weapon in our attacking play on a consistent basis.
"I am delighted that he will be staying for at least another year with us because it is important for Sheffield Wednesday to retain our best players as we look to compete in the top half of the Championship next season."