Defender Ryan Dickson has extended his stay at Yeovil Town by two more years.
Dickson, 29, made 42 appearances last season, scoring winning goals against Accrington and Mansfield as the club finished 19th in League Two.
The left-back initially signed on a one-year deal from Crawley at the beginning of the season, with the option to extend by a further year.
He told the club's website: "It would be silly not to stay on board. The club is now heading in the right direction."
Yeovil, who for a large part of the season were battling relegation, finished 14 points clear of the bottom two.
Dickson added: "Everyone at the club has worked so hard to create a togetherness and positive atmosphere, which has driven us all forward in such a short space of time."
Dickson signs a two-year deal similar to goalkeeper Artur Krysiak who put pen to paper on Tuesday, and defender Nathan Smith, 29, who signed a one-year contract extension yesterday.