Seamer Ben Coad has signed a two-year contract extension with Championship Division Two Yorkshire which will now run until October 2025.
The 28-year-old, born in Harrogate, has a class-leading 210 wickets since his debut in June 2013 and has led the county-paced attack in recent years.
Coad was hampered by a groin injury in 2022 but returned to action in August.
“As a Yorkshire lad, I want to help this club get through tough times and get back to where they should be,” Coad said.
“I love the responsibility I have had leading our attack, and I will always try to lead by example on and off the pitch.”
Cricket chief executive Darren Gough added: “He has been a central part of our Championship side for many seasons and we believe he will continue to lead our attack for years to come.
“Despite the frustrations of an injury that kept him sidelined for much of this summer, Ben came back and showed his skills in both the One Day Cup and the Championship.
“We believe that with another good winter in his legs, Ben can thrive again in 2023 and play a big part in our drive to get back to Division One.”