Forward Jamal Williams has signed a new contract with Worcester Wolves, keeping him at the BBL Trophy and Championship play-off winners for another year.
The Canadian, 27, was voted Most Valuable Player in scoring 26 points as Wolves beat Glasgow in March to lift their first-ever trophy.
"He's always been a solid player, but he had the chance to go beyond that with us," said head coach Paul James.
"He was a fundamental part of our success. It's great that he's back."
Williams is the second player to commit his future again to Worcester following captain Alex Owumi.