Graeme White has extended his stay at Northants, signing a two-year deal at Wantage Road.
White, 29, started his career at Northants and returned to the county in 2013 following a spell with Nottinghamshire.
His new deal begins at the start of next season having made an impact across all three forms of the game this year. White has taken 183 wickets in all competitions since his professional debut in 2006.
White said: “I’m delighted to have signed a new two year contract at Northamptonshire. We are building a strong squad in all forms of the game and striving for success in the future.”
This season, White registered career best List A figures of 6-37 in the One-Day Cup victory against Lancashire, the sixth-best return by a Steelbacks bowler in List A cricket.
He has also made an impact in the 2016 T20 Blast competition, most notably taking his first career hat-trick against the Birmingham Bears.
Northants head coach David Ripley said: “Graeme has had a strong white ball season, continuing to improve in all of areas of the game. He had a good winter away in Australia and has continued that form into the 2016 season.”