Everton winger Kevin Mirallas will sign a new contract today according to club chairman Bill Kenwright.
The news was announced by Kenwright last night, at the clubs annual awards ceremony which was held at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic hall.
The 29-year old has spent five-years at Goodison Park after moving from Olympiakos back in 2012.
Since his transfer, he has been a regular feature in the Everton team, making 171 appearances in total, scoring 39 goals. This season he has made 33 appearances and found the net on four occasions.
He had been linked with a move away from the club a few years ago but seems to have settled on Merseyside where he will now commit the majority of the rest of his career to the Blues.
Elsewhere, at the awards dinner, Romelu Lukaku was named player of the year, whilst Tom Davies was named young player of the year following his superb breakthrough campaign for the Toffees.