Brentford centre-back Ethan Pinnock has signed a new four-year deal with the club.
Pinnock has been a regular feature in the Brentford defence this term, making 30 competitive appearances.
The defender had two years left to run on his previous deal, but he has now signed a contract that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2027.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank told the club's official website: "This is great news for Brentford and I am incredibly pleased that we have Ethan with us for four more years, I am sure our fans are delighted.
"Ethan has been a mountain in defence for us for the last four years. He played a key role in our journey to the top half of the Premier League. He is a top, top player and a great person.
"He has stepped seamlessly in the Premier League and it is an amazing story for him, and for football, that he can progress from non-league to the top of the game so quickly.
"He has proven himself to be a typical Brentford signing, he meets every challenge he faces and we think there is still more development for him.
"His impact in both boxes has been very important for us. He is superb defensively in the air and on the ground and plays a key role in our set-pieces
"I think we will see even more goals from him next season. Ethan has been so reliable and consistent for us and I am sure that will continue.
"He will be spending the prime years of his career with us and we look forward to him helping the team be successful in the coming seasons."
Pinnock spent a season with Forest Green Rovers in the National League before joining Barnsley, where he made 67 appearances.
Since arriving in West London, Pinnock has featured in 153 games for Brentford, chipping in with seven goals and seven assists.
Pinnock, who has six caps for Jamaica, helped Brentford win promotion to the Premier League in the 2020-21 season.
The centre-back has continued to play a key role in the Premier League, featuring in 61 top-flight matches.