French midfielder Lilian Nalis has committed his future to Plymouth Argyle by signing a new one-year deal at Home Park.
The 34-year-old joined Tony Pulis's side in January after being released by Sheffield United, and has become a fixture in the Argyle side.
Upon switching to the Devon outfit Nalis penned a short term contract, but he has now extended his stay as he feels the future is bright at the Championship side.
"I am really pleased," Nalis told the club's official website.
"Things have gone really well since I have been here so I am very happy to continue with the club.
"I am thinking about the club going forward, I stayed here because I think the club is going in a great way and I want to be part of it.
"I took the risk because the club really wanted to bring me down, and I signed a deal for next year because they gave me a hand in January."
In other Argyle news, the club have reached an agreement with former boss Bobby Williamson over his contract.
The Scot was sacked in September before Pulis was handed the task of leading The Pilgrims to safety.