Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers insists it would have taken an “incredible offer” to entice him away from Inverness after signing a two-year extension with the club.
Ridgers has committed his future to Caledonian Stadium until 2022, having still had a further year to run on his existing contract beyond this summer.
Since joining his hometown club in 2017 after leaving Partick Thistle the Inverness-born goalkeeper has firmly established himself as first choice, making 85 appearances and keeping 32 clean sheets.
The 28-year-old says his enjoyment at playing for John Robertson’s men made it an easy decision to sign fresh terms, and he said: “It was a no-brainer for me, really. Since I’ve come back to the club, back to the city, me and the wife have settled down again and we’re happy.
“In football terms, I’m enjoying playing again. For everything to work out the way it has is fantastic.
“My future was something I had to look at and I had no issues in wanting to leave the football club – I love the club, the people at the club, the city.
“I’m really happy to get everything sorted out and I was more than happy to sign when the manager and me talked.
“I still believe there is a lot to do and achieve at the club – and I want to be part of that.
“Realistically, it would take an incredible offer for me to leave this football club.”