Blair Spittal has signed a one-year contract extension with Ross County.
The midfielder, who played a key role in helping keep the Staggies in the Premiership in the post-split matches, hopes to build on his impressive finish to the season under new boss Malky Mackay.
He said: “I am happy to be here for the next year. I ended the second half of the season strongly and want to build on that.
“It’s an exciting time for the club with the new manager coming in and I look forward to working with Malky and his team and seeing what we can achieve here next season.”
New Staggies manager Mackay hopes the 25-year-old, who spent the first half of last season on loan at Partick Thistle, can play a big role for the club in the new campaign.
He said: “Blair is a player that ended last season really well. He helped the club retain its Premiership status and I am delighted to have him here for our new campaign.”
“Blair is a player that has shown during his career how much potential he has, and we will look to keep nurturing and developing him.”