Lee Wallace has agreed to a new deal at Ibrox, which will see him extend his stay at Rangers until 2017.
The former Hearts full-back joined the club in 2011, signing a five year deal, and has now agreed to extend that for a further season.
"I'm delighted, absolutely thrilled," Rangers manager Ally McCoist said.
"Hopefully there will be some positive news about that rather than some of the negative stuff that wee Temps (David Templeton) got when he signed.
"Lee has been a really solid citizen since he came here.
"He has been exactly everything we thought he would be - strong, totally committed and with no shortage of talent down the left-hand side.
"Him extending his contract is a real boost for the club and everybody. I think it's a thank you to the fans."
The six-time Scotland cap has appeared 31 times for Rangers, scoring two league goals and also getting on target in the 4-0 win over East Fife in the League Cup in August.
Wallace holds a cult following amongst the Rangers support after he was one of the first player to publicly state his intention to stay at the club, despite their position in the fourth tier of Scottish football.
He becomes the fourth player to sign a new contract at Ibrox after Barrie McKay, Lewis Macleod and Robbie Crawford all extended their deals.
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