Leyton Orient striker Kevin Lisbie has joined boss Russell Slade in signing a new contract to extend his stay with the club.
Lisbie moved to Brisbane Road after leaving Ipswich in the summer, scoring four goals in 11 games, and has now signed a short-term deal until the end of next season.
Upon committing his own future to Orient, Slade listed Lisbie as one of the players he would prioritise keeping.
"When I signed here in September it was my aim to get a longer-term contract, so I'm more than happy that I've signed for another 18 months," Lisbie told Orient's official website.
"It has been good to score the goals, I would like to have scored a couple more maybe, but the most important thing is that we've moved up from the bottom of the table.
"When I arrived we only had a couple of points on the board, but we've turned it around in the last two months and we're determined to keep that going."