Spanish midfielder Borja Valero has reportedly agreed a new contract at Artemio Franchi, according to Corriere Fiorentino.
The Spaniard’s current deal runs until June 2016, but the club chiefs were determined to reward the player for his new status at the club.
Corriere Fiorentino understands that Valero has signed a two-year extension until June 2018 with the Italian giants.
The 29-year-old developed into a key player for Viola shortly after arriving from Villarreal in the summer of 2012 and he is now widely tipped to return into international reckoning.
Valero has made a total of 59 Serie A appearances for Fiorentina, scoring 6 goals and producing no less than 18 assists in the process.
The experienced midfielder has so far earned just one Spain cap, having featured in a 2011 friendly against United States, but it is believed La Furia Roja boss Vicente Del Bosque will seriously consider Valero for a place in his World Cup squad.