Fraserburgh midfielder Willie West is delighted to have signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2018.
West has also been granted a testimonial, which will take place next season.
The 27-year-old joined Fraserburgh as a youth player in 2003 and has gone on to make 408 appearances and score 111 goals.
West said Saturday’s Scottish Cup encounter against Falkirk was among his best moments as a Broch player.
Mark Lawrence cancelled out Lee Miller’s opener for the Bairns after 67 minutes to put the Highland League side on the brink of a major cup shock, only for the Championship side’s superior fitness to show in the closing stages as they went on to record a 4-1 win at the Falkirk Stadium.
West, who is unavailable for tonight’s Highland League match against Rothes, said: “When we equalised, it was probably the best feeling I have had in football.
“It was a surreal experience. We were level at 1-1 against a very good, full-time team with only 20 minutes to go.
“It was short-lived but it was still a great experience.
“After the game we went over to the supporters, who were first-class. They created a great atmosphere. It was just a shame we couldn’t have held on to the 1-1 scoreline for a bit longer.
“That is the best team I have played against in a competitive match.
“I have been involved in a couple of Highland League cup finals but the match on Saturday was up there with some of my best moments at Fraserburgh.”
Broch manager Mark Cowie wants the same level of application from his players when bottom-of-the-league Rothes visit tonight.
He said: “It just shows that teams from the Highland League, on their day, can hold their own against the bigger teams.
“We tired near the end of the match and made a few sloppy errors but we will take confidence from the way we competed. But, as I told the players on Saturday, they can’t be complacent when we face Rothes.
“The guys will need to put in the same effort as they did against Falkirk if we are going to get the result we want.”
Rothes manager Fraser Bremner, who hopes to add two new players to his squad ahead of tonight’s match at Bellslea Park, knows it won’t be easy for his players as they go in search of a first league win.
He said: “I’m hoping Fraserburgh are tired after the weekend but I don’t think they will be.
“Mark will have them rested and ready for the match. By all accounts, they put in a good performance against Falkirk, so we know how difficult it is going to be at the Broch.”