Bournemouth keeper Gareth Stewart has committed himself to The Cherries for another two years.
The 26-year-old former Blackburn Rovers stopper has signed a contract extension at Dean Court until June 2008.
He was ever-present between the sticks for Bournemouth last season, after taking over from injured number one Neil Moss, at the end of August.
Stewart kept three clean sheets in his first four games after stepping into the breach and kept 13 clean sheets in total, in 42 League One starts last term.
The current Bournemouth Players' Player of the Year has made 84 league appearances for the South Coast outfit, since joining in the summer of 1999.
He becomes the third Cherry to agree to an extension this summer after striker James Hayter and midfielder Shaun Cooper put pen-to-paper on their long-term deals.