David Prutton has seen his Leeds United contract extended by two years after featuring against Swindon at the weekend.
The former Nottingham Forest midfielder signed a one-year contract when he joined Leeds last summer, although there was an option for when he made 15 league appearances.
Prutton, who has scored twice in League One this season, reached that mark in Leeds' 2-1 win over Swindon, triggering the clause in his deal.
The 26-year-old is infamously known for confronting referee Alan Wiley while playing for Southampton against Arsenal, actions that resulted in a 10-game suspension.
Prutton is ironically suspended for Tuesday's FA Cup replay at Hereford, although many Leeds fans will be delighted his Elland Road stay has been extended.