Chris Hussey will remain as a Cheltenham Town player until the summer of 2023 after signing a new two-year contract with the club today.
The 32-year-old has put pen to paper on a new deal to extend his time as part of Michael Duff's squad.
A May 2018 signing from Sheffield United, Hussey has made 106 appearances in all competitions for the club and is fast approaching a century of League appearances in red and white.
Commenting on his new contract manager Michael Duff said: "He has been top drawer since I've come into the football club.
"He has been the most consistent and there is no question mark over his fitness which you can tell by the amount of games he's played.
"He is a fit lad for his age and he is better than the level with the quality he has."
After starting his career at AFC Wimbledon, Hussey has gained a mass of Football League experience with the likes of Coventry City, Burton Albion, Bury, Sheffield United and Swindon Town.
He has stood out once again this season for the Robins and played a key part in the club reaching the League Two play-offs during the 2019/20 campaign.