Alfie May has committed his future to Cheltenham Town by signing a new contract that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2024.
The 28-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half year contract extension to continue as part of the first team squad at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
Since arriving at the club in January 2020, May has been a key figure in the club's success in recent seasons.
He made an instant impact after joining mid-season from Doncaster Rovers, netting six times in 12 League appearances to help the team reach the 2019/20 League Two play-offs.
The following campaign saw him play a leading role, making 52 appearances in all competitions, as he helped the club to automatic promotion and the League Two title.
Along the way he was the goal scorer in one of the most memorable moments in the club's history when he scored the opening goal in the FA Cup fourth round clash with Premier League giants Manchester City.
In the current League One campaign he's registered 10 times in front of goal and has been a stand-out performer operating in a front two or as a number ten.
Commenting on his new contract May said: "Since I joined the club we have enjoyed a lot of success from winning the League Two title last season, to the FA Cup run against Manchester City.
"I want to be involved in the next part of that journey and help the club continue to achieve and establish itself in League One."
In all competitions the 28-year-old has made 96 appearances for the club and scored 29 times.