Stephen O’Donnell has signed a two-year extension to his deal with Motherwell.
The Scotland international right back joined the club at the start of the 2020/21 season, going on to make 35 appearances to date and captaining the side in the absence of Declan Gallagher and Trevor Carson.
His contract with the club now runs until the summer of 2023.
A club statement said: “We’re very happy that Stephen has signed a new contract and decided to continue his career with us,” manager Graham Alexander said of the deal.
“He’s been brilliant since we came into the club both on and off the pitch.
“He’s a current and valued member of the national squad and feels he can be successful with us at Motherwell.
“We believe his best years are ahead of him and he’s a great example to others on how to be a top professional.”
O’Donnell played at youth level with Aberdeen and Celtic, going on to make his professional debut with Partick Thistle before spells with Luton Town and Kilmarnock.
Capped 18 times by his country, the 28-year-old was part of the Scotland squad which qualified for this summer’s postponed EURO 2020 tournament, playing a crucial starting role for Steve Clarke’s side