Lee Miller will remain with Falkirk after signing a contract extension.
The striker made a homecoming to the Bairns in the summer and penned a deal until January 2016.
However he has agreed to extend his stay until at least the end of the season by adding a further six months to his deal.
The striker said: “I owe a lot to Mark Burchill at Livingston because I was in a strange place over the summer, doing my own pre-season but I was allowed in to train at Livi before I came here.
“Credit to the manager here too because he took a chance on me and I think I’ve done reasonably well.
“It’s always been a very friendly club and I was so pleased to come back.”
Former Hearts and Dundee United striker Miller has played a vital role for the Bairns on the park - scoring important late goals against Morton and Queen of the South and making a telling impact at St Mirren - while mentoring the likes of Kevin O’Hara off it.
Earlier this season he told The Falkirk herald: “Owen Coyle helped me a lot in my early career at Falkirk and if I can pass any of the knowledge I’ve picked up to the likes of Kevin and Scott Shepherd, like Owen did with me, I’m happy to do so.”
Peter Houston added: “I’m delighted to get big Lee sorted out. It’s important to keep his experience here and even more so because Bob McHugh picked up an injury on Saturday.”