Polish midfielder Tomasz Cywka has signed a new one year contract with Barnsley, keeping him at Oakwell until next summer.
The 24-year-old winger signed on a free transfer last summer following his release by Reading and scored five goals in 33 appearances last season for the Reds,
He joins Tom Kennedy, Kelvin Etuhu and Jason Scotland in signing new a deal with the club, but the futures of defenders Martin Cranie and Bobby Hassell, and goalkeeper Luke Steele are still uncertain, with the players believed to have until Sunday to make their decisions.
Cywka told www.barnsleyfc.co.uk:"I'm happy to have signed. The second half of last season showed just what we are capable of and I'm looking forward to the new season. "The way we played when David (Flitcroft) took over, especially against the top sides and the quality we showed was the major factor in me wanting to stay here. "I've never been part of something as crazy and special as what I experienced last season and especially the last game which gave a special feeling to what we accomplished. "I will be looking to improve as a player this season and I will doing my best on the training ground and for the team on the pitch. "Most of the players from last season have stayed and we will be looking to start this season off in the way we played the second half of last season."