Norwich City goalkeeper Declan Rudd has signed a new three-year deal with the club.
The Diss-born 23-year-old, a graduate of the club's academy, put pen to paper on a new agreement, which has an option for a further 12 months, on Tuesday afternoon.
Rudd told the club's official website: "To be here is what I've always wanted. I started watching Norwich when I was about six and I joined the academy a couple of years later.
"For the club to sign me on a longer-term deal is brilliant for myself so I'm over the moon and really looking forward to the season.
"I'm just going to keep working hard, put everything into training then if I get an opportunity, take it."
Rudd, who spent last season on loan at Preston, has made 18 appearances for the Canaries and has moved above Mark Bunn in the pecking order to be John Ruddy's understudy.