Aberdeen striker Lee Miller has ended speculation about his future by signing a new two-year contract at Pittodrie.
It had been feared the 24-year-old, who was out of contract this summer, could leave the club on a free transfer.
However, Miller is enjoying his football with Aberdeen and is pleased to commit his foreseeable future to the SPL club.
"I'm really happy to be staying with Aberdeen for two years as I am very settled here and I am really enjoying playing football with this side at the moment," said Miller.
Bit of time
"It has taken me a bit of time to come to this decision as I had to weigh up my other options in different places but the decision has been made and I am an Aberdeen player for the foreseeable future."
Manager Jimmy Calderwood believes retaining Miller is one of the most important transactions the club will do all summer.
"I think with Lee signing this is probably one of the most important things for Aberdeen this summer as we have a huge rebuilding project and Lee is a huge factor in this," he told the club's official website.