Fabio Quagliarella has signed a new contract with Juventus that will keep him in Turin until the end of the 2014/15 season.
The striker still had two years to run on his previous deal with the club but has now put pen to paper on a 12-month extension.
Quagliarella joined the club on loan from Napoli in August 2010.
He made a blistering start to his Juve career, scoring nine goals in his first 17 Serie A appearances before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament midway through the season.
Juventus still opted to sign the forward on a permanent basis, a decision that has been vindicated by the Italian’s impressive form this season.
Antonio Conte’s Juventus top the Serie A table and are three points clear of second-placed AC Milan with three games remaining.