Norwich striker Dean Ashton has ended speculation about his future by signing a one-year extension to his contract, which will now run until June 2009.
Ashton joined Norwich from Crewe for £3m in January
The 21-year-old had been linked with Manchester City, West Ham and Wigan.
But he told the club's website: "I feel my ambition is matched by Norwich. I'm happy here and am delighted to continue working with Nigel Worthington."
Boss Worthington added: "It shows clearly our intentions - to be promoted back to the Premier League."
Ashton joined the Canaries from Crewe for £3m in January and proved an instant hit with the Carrow Road faithful.
He scored seven goals in 16 Premiership appearances last season and has been the subject of intense transfer speculation since Norwich were relegated.
Wigan boss Paul Jewell has admitted he made a £5m bid for Ashton earlier in the week - but it was rejected.