Danny Invincibile is confident he has made the right decision in signing a new contract at Kilmarnock.
The Australian agreed a two-year extension at Rugby Park earlier this month and has now put pen-to-paper on the deal.
He would have been out of contract at the end of the season and weighed up whether he should leave the SPL side.
However, having been with Killie since 2003, the midfielder believes it would have been the wrong choice to move on.
"My deal was up at the end of the season and after weighing up my options over the past few months I decided I'm better where I am," said Invincibile in the Daily Record.
"I've been happy at Kilmarnock for six years and have a good relationship with the gaffer so why leave?
"I also believe we have the strongest squad since I joined and that we have a real chance of finishing in the top four and going far in the Scottish Cup if we get past Ayr."