Veteran West Brom striker Geoff Horsfield has pledged his future to the club by signing a new two-year deal.
The 31-year-old's contract was due to expire at the end of the season but the former Birmingham and Fulham frontman will now stay at West Brom until 2007.
"Geoff works hard, looks very sharp and he has scored some important goals for us," Baggies boss Bryan Robson said.
"The way he's done his job is very good. This is the reward for that and I'm delighted he's signed."
The arrival of Diomansy Kamara and Nathan Ellington this summer means Horsfield along with Kevin Campbell, Robert Earnshaw and Kanu is fighting for a starting place.
But Horsfield underlined his importance to the club after scoring a brace to defeat Portsmouth in the opening home game of the season.
And it was the 31-year-old who scored a vital goal to ensure West Brom retained their Premiership status in the final game of last season.