Experienced Falkirk forward Lee Miller has extended his contract with the Scottish Championship club until the end of the season.
The 32-year-old returned to his first club in August on a short-term deal and will now see out the current campaign with Peter Houston's side.
He has scored twice for the Bairns this term, including one in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Queen of the South.
Miller told Falkirk's website the deal was "great from my point of view".
He has played for several clubs in Scotland and England.
His most prolific scoring spells have been with Falkirk in the early 2000s, Aberdeen from 2006-10 and a recent three-year spell with Carlisle United that preceded his return to Scottish football with Kilmarnock in 2014.
Houston's Falkirk are third in Scotland's second tier, six points behind Rangers and Hibernian.
"I'm going to stay until the end of the season which is great from my point of view," he said.
"Hopefully we can finish the job that we started."