Ross County have announced that goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw has signed a new contract with the club that runs until the summer of 2026.
Laidlaw, who joined the Staggies after leaving Hibs in 2019, has made more than 100 appearances for the club since making the move north and says he is happy to have his future settled.
“It’s been fantastic to get this new contract in place in terms of committing to the club for a longer period,” he told the club’s official website.
“My family and I have really enjoyed our three-and-a-half years here so far and we now look forward to the challenges ahead here in the Highlands.”
Manager Malky Mackay said that the 30-year-old was an important senior player and one that has a key role to play on and off the pitch.
He said: “Ross has been a very important part of this club over the last three seasons and his experience and commitment is exemplary.
“Personally, I am delighted to keep Ross in Dingwall, he is at the age now where he is becoming a real senior professional around the club and has made the Highlands a home for himself and his family.
“Since I have been here and also before I came in as manager, Ross has played a big part in the success of the football club and it’s important to try and retain players that have experienced those big moments.
“As well as that, Ross has a big hand in developing some of our younger goalkeepers and helping them to grow, which is invaluable to the goalkeeping department.”