Ross McCormack has penned a new contract with Fulham, according to Sky Sports.
The twenty-nine year old was strongly linked with a move to Middlesbrough in January, but remained with the Cottagers, for whom he is now committed until the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
He moved to Craven Cottage in the summer of 2014, and has so far racked up eighty-seven appearances in all competitions, scoring thirty-seven times.
Prior to joining Fulham, McCormack had spells with Leeds United, Cardiff City, Motherwell and Rangers while he has also had a loan stint at Doncaster Rovers while internationally, the striker has been capped eleven times for Scotland, scoring twice.
Fulham have won just two of their last ten games in all competitions and face a tough trip to promotion chasing Middlesbrough at the weekend.
However, they are ten points clear of the relegation zone and can be backed at 33/1 to be relegated.