Bradford City have secured the future of winger Omar Daley on a new contract until 2011.
The Jamaica international has proved to be a big hit at Valley Parade since joining the Bantams 12 months ago.
He has featured in every League Two game this season and has been attracting interest from clubs higher up the ladder.
But, subject to a work permit, Daley has agreed to extend his time with Bradford, much to the delight of manager Stuart McCall.
"We know what a threat Omar can be, so we're delighted to get him tied down," McCall told the Telegraph & Argus.
"He is enjoying his football here and we didn't want to lose him.
"There were people enquiring about Omar which is why we're so pleased to get this sorted.
"For us to tie him to a contract like this shows our commitment, as well as his to the football club."