Cambridge United striker Barry Corr has signed a new short-term contract with the club.
The 33-year-old was released by the U's last summer due to a succession of injuries, but rejoined in January.
He ended the season in good form and has now been rewarded with a new contract that will initially run until January.
"I really am delighted. At the end of last season I didn't really want to play anywhere else, so I'm happy that it's all sorted," Corr said.
"I think the back end of last season had an impact in the decision, in that both myself and the club could see that I was still able to contribute.
"I am so grateful to Joe (Dunne) and the staff who managed me really well, enabling me train at a proper intensity and come on to have an impact in the games."
Elsewhere in League Two, Colchester United have signed striker Aaron Collins on a season-long loan from Wolves, while former West Brom goalkeeper Ethan Ross has joined on a free transfer.