Bournemouth striker Matt Tubbs has extended his loan spell at Crawley until the end of the season.
The 29-year-old moved back to the club where he made his name last week, initially on a month-long deal, and made his first appearance in the 2-2 draw against Coventry on Sunday.
And Tubbs has now agreed to stay in Sussex for the rest of the campaign.
Town boss John Gregory told the club website: "In the 10 days or so since he's been here, including the Coventry game, I have been absolutely delighted with Matt.
"His attitude has been first class in training and we saw on Sunday what he has to offer on the pitch when I thought he was excellent.
"We are delighted to have him here with us until the end of the season and I know Matt is pleased it's all sorted out. He loves this club, as our fans know, and he is delighted to have sorted out an extension to the loan.
"I must also thank AFC Bournemouth for their help and co-operation. It's a deal which suits all parties and we look forward to having Matt with us for the rest of the season."