Adam Legzdins is looking for newly promoted Dundee to become an established cinch Premiership club after signing a new deal which commits him to the Dark Blues until the summer of 2025.
The 36-year-old goalkeeper joined from Burnley in November 2020, and helped the Tayside club to the top flight via the play-offs in 2021.
After dropping back down to the Championship, Dundee won the title this season and will return to the Premiership and Legzdins wants the Dens Park club to stay at the top long-term.
He told Dundee’s official website: “I really am delighted to extend my contract with this fantastic club for another two years.
“Dundee FC is a massive team in Scottish football steeped in history and tradition which you feel every time you represent the Dark Blues.
“My family and I have lived in Dundee and the surrounding area for the last two and half years and we feel so lucky to have found a wonderful place we now call home.
“The people of the city and the fans of our great club have been fantastic with us and I promise them I will continue to be committed and give my all both on and off the pitch to help us accomplish what we want to in the future.
“Last season really was a fantastic achievement by everyone at the club. We made memories that will last a lifetime.
“I will never forget the support from our travelling fans at Ochilview on the final day of the season to the outstanding reception we received at City Square.
“Seeing the next generation of young fans having their pictures taken with the trophy really showed me how lucky we are as players to play for this great club.
“It is now time for us all to work even harder to establish ourselves as a team in the Scottish Premiership for years to come.
“There are some great people at this club who will work tirelessly in pursuit of this goal.
“I want to help them, my team-mates, and the fans whenever I can to bring even more good times to Dundee FC.”