Huddersfield midfielder Oscar Gobern has signed a new two-year contract with an option of an additional year in the Championship club's favour.
The Terriers signed the 22-year-old from Southampton in 2011
and he has since scored twice in 42 appearances.
He told the
"The manager has been great with me when I came back from my injury as being back in the team let me hit the ground running.
"The club have shown a lot of faith in me and now I want to repay that."
Gobern returned from a six-month ankle injury in February and was a regular starter after
Mark Robins replaced Simon Grayson as Huddersfield manager,
appearing in every league game since his appointment.
Robins added: "Oscar has performed well during my time here but clearly has potential to improve.
"The club took up the option of a year's extension on Oscar's previous contract but we had to secure him on a longer contract and I am delighted this has been done."