Swindon goalkeeper Phil Smith has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal at the County Ground.
The 29-year-old agreed terms with the Robins earlier this week and has now officially extended his stay at the club.
Delighted at having secured his future for the next 12 months, Smith is now hoping to become a first-team regular under Danny Wilson.
He told the club's official website: "A lot of things have changed and there are a lot of new faces, and the team's unrecognisable from when I came and a relatively new manager so fresh starts all round.
"If you're coming out with 28 games [last season] you've put in a decent shift, so if I can get at least the same next year I'm going to be happy.
"The target is to play every game, but sometimes that's not always possible with team selection and fitness, but I want to play every week the same as everybody else does."
Smith has made 71 league starts for the Robins since joining from Crawley following a successful trial spell at the County Ground in July 2006.