MIDFIELDER Paul Lawson is the latest star to agree a deal to stay at newly promoted Ross County.
Lawson has signed a one-year deal which will see him through the Staggies' first season in the SPL, after he helped them seal promotion this season.
He joined County in 2007, and has picked up winners medals for the Second Division and Alba Cup, as well as appearing in the Scottish Cup Final 2010.
The former Celtic player joins Richard Brittain, Scott Boyd, Michael Fraser, Stuart Kettlewell, Joe Malin, Marc Corcoran, Steven Craig, Kurtis Byrne, who have all recently agreed deals to stay at Victoria Park.
Manager Derek Adams said: "Paul is an exceptionally talented midfielder who in addition to having a great range of passing has a real eye for goal.
"He is in the prime of his career and, despite having been a key player in taking the Ross County out of the Second Division and into the SPL, I am delighted that he has decided to be a part of the Club as we face the next challenge. Having a player like Paul in our squad is a major plus as we prepare to meet that challenge."