Hull City defender Curtis Davies has signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until June 2016.
Davies has been a regular feature in the Hull City back line this season, making 37 appearances.
The 31-year-old joined the Tigers in June 2013 from Birmingham for a reported fee of over £2 million.
He has since gone on to feature over 100 times for Hull and captained the side in the 2014 FA Cup Final when they agonizingly lost 3-2 to Arsenal after going 2-0 up.
After beginning his career at Luton, Davies went on to feature for West Brom, Aston Villa and Leicester City. before moving to Birmingham in 2011.
As the end of the season nears, Hull’s form appears to be stuttering somewhat with last night’s draw to Nottingham Forest leaving Steve Bruce’s side with only one win in their last four league games
This form has led to Hull dropping down to 4th place in the Championship table, two points off the automatic promotion places. The Tigers will hope to return to winning ways in the crucial game against Middlesbrough at the Riverside on Friday evening.