Skysports.com understands Jermaine Johnson is to sign a new deal at Sheffield Wednesday after snubbing interest from other clubs.
Johnson's current contract expires in the summer and he could have left Hillsborough on a free transfer.
A number of clubs are believed to have sounded out Johnson about a move this summer, but the flying winger is ready to snub their overtures to stay at Hillsborough.
The former Bolton and Bradford star has established himself as a key member of the Wednesday side since his arrival in 2007 and is a big fans' favourite at Hillsborough.
News of Johnson's decision to pledge his future to Wednesday will provide Owls boss Gary Megson with a massive boost as he plans for next season.