Ben Tozer has committed his future to Cheltenham Town, signing a new contract this evening ahead of the home match with Macclesfield Town.
The 29-year-old has extended his stay at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium having been a key member of Michael Duff's side which has reached the higher echelons of League Two this season.
Tozer has been a pivotal member of the Robins back-line in the past 12 months and was assigned the captaincy at the start of the 2019/20 season.
He joined Cheltenham in May 2018 and has made over 60 appearances in all competitions for the club.
On signing his new contract he said: "I'm relieved to get it done. These things can drag on for sometime.
"It seems like it has been going on for quite a while but it's nice to finally get it sorted.
"I'm enjoying the style of football we play and obviously the results we've had since that Arsenal game last season. Long may that continue."
Tozer follows Seàn Long and George Lloyd in extending his stay at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium beyond the end of this season.