Leyton Orient defender Charlie Daniels has signed a new two-year contract at the club.
The 23-year-old sealed a permanent move to the Os in January 2009 following a successful loan spell at Brisbane Road.
Manager Russell Slade told the club's official website: "I'm really pleased that Charlie has pledged his future to the club for the next two years of his playing career. He's young, athletic and is a player that enjoys bombing forward for us.
"Furthermore, what people don't see is that he's an extremely good professional off the field and I'm delighted that he has signed."
Daniels, who has made 105 appearances for the club, added: "It's really pleasing to get my contract signed.
"It's unfortunate that I couldn't sign earlier - I'd been away and the chief executive had been away, but it's all sorted now. There was never any doubt in my mind that I'd sign here.
"I've heard people saying I've been a prima donna and things like that, but there's nothing in that at all.
"I felt I had done well last season and now I want to build on that and keep on progressing.
"We were disappointed with finishing 17th last year and everyone from the gaffer to all the players is working hard to make sure we come in the top 10 this season."