The Buffalo Bills signed kicker Stephen Hauschka to a two-year contract extension Wednesday.

Hauschka, 34, was entering the final year of a contract he signed with Buffalo in 2017 after six seasons with the Seattle Seahawks.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the value of the extension at $8 million.

“I’m super excited,” Hauschka said. “We’ve come to love this place. It’s such a great place to work and raise a family. The culture and environment we get to work and play in every single day is amazing. We’re going to turn this thing around and win a bunch of games here and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

Hauschka made 22 of 28 field-goal attempts in 2018, including a streak of 17 straight that ranks as second longest in Bills history.

One of 10 active NFL players with more than 1,000 career points, Hauschka has made 242 of 280 field goals (86.4 percent) in 149 games with the Baltimore Ravens (2008-09), Denver Broncos (2010), Seahawks (2011-16) and Bills.

Hauschka won a Super Bowl ring with Seattle during the 2013 season.