Gloucestershire seamer James Fuller has signed a two-year contracted extension.
The 23-year-old right-armer, who was born in Cape Town but has represented New Zealand Under-19s, has continued to play for the county in all formats this year.
Fuller, who took a hat-trick versus Worcestershire at Cheltenham in the LV= County Championship last month, said: "I am pleased to have signed an extension to my contract; this is a great club and I have learnt a lot so far during my three years here.
“We have excellent coaching and support staff at Gloucestershire, who have aided my learning so far and will continue to add to my game over the next few years. I am excited about where this group is moving and I can't wait for this team to win our first trophy.”
Gloucestershire chief executive Tom Richardson added: "It is really good news that James has extended his contract. He has made extremely good progress in the three years he has been with us and he is only going to get better."