Northampton Town winger Liam Davis has pledged his future to the club by signing a new one-year contract.
Davis was one of six players offered fresh terms by the Cobblers at the end of last season and he has opted to stay at Sixfields.
He has scored six goals in 53 appearances since his arrival from Coventry City in 2008 and Northampton boss Ian Sampson is happy to keep the 23-year-old in his squad.
"I am pleased that Liam is staying," Sampson told the club's official website. "He is a wide player with pace and gives us good attacking options down the left-hand side.
"He has the ability to take players on and to create things for us. He is an attacking threat.
"The challenge for us and for Liam is to help him find the consistency required to deliver the quality of performance we know he is capable of week in, week out.
"If we can do that we will have a very good player on our hands."