Huddersfield Town striker Ishmael Miller has agreed to a one-year contract extension, the club have confirmed on their official website.
The 28-year-old joined the Terriers in February and scored three times in 15 appearances.
Manager Chris Powell has now exercised a clause in Miller’s contract to extend his stay at the John Smith’s Stadium until next summer.
In addition to Miller, Huddersfield have also handed contract extensions to Duane Holmes, Flo Bojaj, William Boyle, Joe Wilkinson, Ben Holmes, Sam Guthrie and Joe Wright.
Meanwhile, Oscar Gobern has been unable to reach an agreement with the club and is now free to begin talks with other sides.
He leaves the club after a four-year spell in which he made over 95 appearances, scoring four goals.
Huddersfield Town fans… What do you make of this news? Are you happy to see Ishamel Miller extend his stay at your club? Are you dissapointed that Oscar Gobern is leaving after four years? Let us know how you feel by commenting below!