Brentford keeper Richard Lee has signed a contract extension that ties him to Griffin Park until 2015.
Get West London revealed earlier this week that the 31-year-old was on the verge of agreeing a new deal in TW8, despite being restricted to just five appearances this season.
The Bees have confirmed Lee has penned a 12-month extension to his current contract, which was due to expire in the summer.
Manager Mark Warburton told the club's website: “Richard Lee has been offered a contract extension in recognition of the excellent work and consistent level of performance he has displayed all season.
“Having gone through the required surgery and ensuing rehabilitation, Rich has worked tirelessly to ensure he is in a position to push hard for the number one jersey and there is no doubt that it is this pressure being applied that has resulted in the outstanding form of David Button over the last few weeks.
“David is acutely aware that Rich is hungry for the starting place and whilst they are great friends off the pitch, it is this level of competition that is driving them both forward.
“Rich fully deserves the contract extension and I have absolutely no doubts that when called upon, he will once again show his outstanding professionalism.”