Midfielder George Nash has signed a contract extension at Banbury United until May 2019.
The 25-year-old joined the Puritans in October 2015 from Worcester City, having previously played for Corsham Town, Loughborough University and Chippenham Park.
He has been a regular in the United side since joining the club and has made 128 appearances, scoring six goals.
Nash said extending his current deal was a “no brainer”.
He said: “I had been speaking to the gaffer about it for a few weeks so it’s good it’s all done now.
“I love playing here, it’s a great club and I’m really enjoying my football. I’m absolutely delighted.”
Back on the pitch and Banbury’s league match at home to Basingstoke Town on Saturday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The fixture has been rearranged to February 6.
Nash said the postponement was frustrating but that the players had an hour and a half of training instead.
“Everyone has their pre-match routines psychologically and physically so it’s disruptive when all that [the postponement] goes on,” he added.
“I didn’t realise how bad the pitch was until we got out there – it was definitely the right decision.”
United will be hoping for better weather when they travel to third-placed Hereford on Saturday. They then travel to fellow north Oxfordshire side Easington Sports in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup on Tuesday.