The Scotland global was voted player of the season by Villa fans and his fellow players after playing a key role in the club's promotion to the top flight.
Now he has committed another year of his career to the club through an extension on his existing contract.
Elmohamady is delighted with the new deal and looks forward to helping Villa keep their Premier League status.
The Toffees missed the chance to go top of the early Premier League table after conceding their first goals of the season. "I am absolutely delighted to extend my contract. I'm not judging centre forwards this early in the season". When I came here the main thing was to get back into the Premier League.
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Aston Villa lost their opening Premier League games to Tottenham Hotspur and Bournemouth and the right-back admitted luck has not been on their side.
"It is really hard to see how we can lose this game when we created so many chances to score". If you captain a country like Egypt, you have to be a certain type of character and player.
It came against the run of play but Everton never recovered and wasted two late chances.
They were relegated from the Premier League for the first time three years ago and Smith knows, despite their top-flight pedigree and £130million summer spend, Villa need to re-establish themselves. "Hopefully, they can settle quickly and we can get going".