Scott Tanser revealed it took only hours to agree a two-year contract extension that keeps him at St Mirren until the summer of 2026.
The 28-year-old wing-back joined Saints in June 2021 and has made 85 appearances for Stephen Robinson’s outfit.
Tanser, whose original deal was due to expire at the end of the season, told stmirren.com of how the new contract was quickly concluded.
He said: “It was very easy. When I say it was done within hours I’m not exaggerating. I had a chat with the manager and Jim Gillespie (vice chairman) in the morning and the deal was done by the afternoon. I’m happy here.
“The team is good, the staff are good and the whole club is together as a whole. It’s been amazing and the club has been amazing for me as well so extending my deal is great for me and my family.
“I’m really enjoying it and playing well so hopefully that continues.”
Robinson described Tanser’s new contract as “very good business” for the Paisley club.
Ahead of the visit of Rangers on Sunday, he said: “I think Scott has arguably been the best left-back in the league this season.
“It’s important that we do our business early and we recognise when people are doing well. I’m delighted that Scott has committed himself to the club for another two seasons.
“The amount of confidence he’s playing with when fans have really got behind him is a lesson for all of us. Sometimes people need an arm round them.
“His ability is undeniable. He’s a brilliant athlete and he’s been terrific for us this season.
“The board appreciate that we are trying to keep building and we’re not making 10-plus signings each season. That’s the way we are trying to do our business.
“I believe it’s very good business and hopefully there’s more to come in the coming weeks.”