Left-arm spinner Shaaiq Choudhry has signed a new one-year contract with Worcestershire for the 2014 season.
The 28-year-old played in all 10 of the county's FLt20 fixtures this summer, taking four wickets and finishing as his side's most economical bowler.
He also made six County Championship appearances, taking 12 wickets.
"My main aim is to cement a regular spot in the first XI and build upon my performances from the 2013 season," said Choudhry.
Director of cricket Steve Rhodes added: "Shaaiq has proven himself to be a very useful member of the playing staff with his all-round abilities. We look forward to his contributions in 2014."
Choudhry joined Worcestershire in 2010 following a trial, hitting 63 on his County Championship debut against Sussex.