Jamaica international Omar Daley has committed his long-term future to Bradford City by penning a deal that will keep him at Valley Parade until the end of the 2010-11 campaign.
The 26-year-old midfielder initially moved to the Bantams 12 months ago and has scored three goals in 41 appearances for the club.
City boss Stuart McCall told the Telegraph & Argus: "We know what a threat Omar can be so we're delighted to get him tied down. He's enjoying his football here and we didn't want to lose him.
"Every time you have a chat with other managers after games, his is always the name that crops up.
"You've seen the other Jamaicans that have moved on like Damion Stewart with QPR and Jermaine Johnson at Sheffield Wednesday doing well.
"There were people enquiring about Omar which is why we're so pleased to get this sorted. For us to tie him to a contract like this shows our commitment, as well as his to the football club."