Fears were growing that the Dragons were about to lose their popular goalkeeper.
The 29-year-old was outstanding last season as he kept 25 clean sheets in all competitions.
That form of course alerted others - but he has officially ended all the talk by putting pen to paper on a new contract.
He told the club’s website: “I’m really happy to get the deal done and secure my future with Wrexham for the next two seasons at least.
“We came so close last season. Now we have a chance to build on that and go one step further.
“I have sat down with the manager and I was really happy he wanted me to stay and that he offered me a long term deal at the club.”
“Equalling the club’s clean sheet record actually meant a lot to me but with the defence in front of me and the goalkeeping set-up we have here at this club it’s a team effort.
“I’m looking forward to coming back after the summer refreshed and ready to go.
“We’ll get a good pre-season in the legs and give ourselves the best possible preparations for when the season starts.”