West Ham midfielder Hayden Mullins has signed an improved contract to keep him at Upton Park for four more years.
Mullins was Alan Pardew's first signing
The new deal keeps the 27-year-old at the Hammers until the summer of 2010.
Mullins was boss Alan Pardew's first signing in October 2003, from Crystal Palace, and was part of the Hammers' promotion-winning side in 2005.
The midfielder was suspended from last season's FA Cup final but is a regular in Pardew's team, with 135 appearances and four goals under his belt.