Port Adelaide vice-captain Ollie Wines will be part of the AFL club's premiership push well into the future after signing a four-year contract extension.
The 26-year-old has previously been linked to trade moves, with Essendon and Carlton both reported as possible destinations.
But with two years still left to run on his existing deal, the extension now ties Wines to Port until at least the end of 2026.
Wines finished equal-fifth in the Power's best-and-fairest last season, playing 17 games, as they fell to eventual premiers Richmond in a preliminary final.
"The club is in a really strong position going forward and to be able to be a part of its long-term future is something I'm looking forward to," Wines said.
"I think we've built a powerful list that I'm excited about, so I was only too happy to jump at the opportunity to be locked away to allow me to concentrate on doing what I need to do to put us in a position to chase our premiership goals.
"I'm so excited to be part of this young developing group and I can't wait to see what we can do together."
Wines' new deal follows last week's contract extensions for young trio Mitch Georgiades, Miles Bergman and Dylan Williams, who have all committed until the end of 2023.
Port football manager Chris Davies said Wines' commitment was a significant boost to the club.
"Ollie has shown that he's a key figure at our club and his performance in the back half of 2020 in many ways drove the team to perform the way it did," Davies said.
"His call to recommit to our club early demonstrates his leadership and belief in the direction the club is heading."
Wines, the No. 7 pick in the 2012 Draft, has played 158 games for the Power since his debut in 2013.