Bundesliga outfit Hannover have revealed that they intend to offer fresh terms to Denmark international Leon Andreasen.
The former Fulham midfielder is to be rewarded after shaking off a run of persistent injuries and re-establishing himself in the first-team fold.
Andreasen did pen a new one-year deal over the summer, taking him through to June 2013, but that was on reduced wages.
With the 29-year-old having shown that he is capable of steering clear of the treatment table, Hannover are now prepared to put an improved deal to him.
Club chairman Martin Kind has confirmed as much, with discussions set to start once general manager Jorg Schmadtke is back at work.
"We are about to start talking about it as soon as Mr Schmadtke returns from holiday," Kind told BILD.
Andreasen, who has already netted five times in all competitions for Hannover this season, added: "At this point in time I am just happy to be fit again. I am finally able to play again.
"My focus is on Hannover. It is really great to be back."