Nottingham Panthers have re-signed Canadian forward Jordan Fox for a second season.
Fox played a key role as the Panthers won a second consecutive Play-Offs and Challenge Cup double last season and player-coach Corey Neilson is thrilled the 27-year-old is returning.
Neilson told the club website: "Jordan is a leader on the ice and in the locker room. He's a winner.
"He had offers, in this country and abroad, but wanted to come back."
Fox joins a line-up that already includes British stars David Clarke and Matthew Myers, who are both on two-year deals at the National Ice Centre.
Neilson added: "It's another key signing and we've got more, hopefully, in the pipeline and they could be finalised sooner rather than later.