David Healy will stay at Rangers after agreeing a new one-year contract with the SPL champions.
Healy, 31, struggled with injuries last season but Rangers manager Ally McCoist has decided to keep him at Ibrox for the new campaign.
The Northern Ireland forward told the club's official website: "I'm delighted to have been given this chance.
"I always said that joining the club in January was a huge honour and it was great to finish last season on such a high after winning the title and getting the double (by winning the CIS Insurance Cup).''
Healy, who joined Rangers in January on a six-month agreement, scored just one SPL goal in eight appearances last season.