Striker Roberto Soldado has extended his contract with Spanish club Valencia.
The Spain international has inked a new deal with the La Liga side until the summer of 2017.
Soldado joined Valencia from Getafe in 2010 and has since developed into a key player at Los Che.
The 27-year-old was the club’s leading goal-scorer in the past two seasons, and club president Manuel Llorente was over the moon with the striker’s contract renewal.
“Roberto Soldado’s performances have been fantastic – that is something that everyone has seen,” he said.
“However, his dedication, desire to take Valencia forward and his winning character make him a cornerstone of the team and an emblem for Valencianistas.”
Soldado was a surprise omission from Spain’s Euro 2012 squad.