Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mandanda has penned a one-year contract extension at Stade Velodrome.
The new deal will see Mandanda, 24, remain with the Ligue 1 club until 2014.
Having established himself quickly since his move from Le Havre in 2007, the France No.1 has become a firm favourite with the eight-time French champions.
Mandanda, who has 11 caps for France, is one of three players to agree new deals, with Mamadou Niang and Benoit Cheyrou both signing extended contracts this month.
Coach Didier Deschamps will welcome the good news after the club's disappointing start in UEFA Champions League Group C earlier in the week.
Marseille suffered defeat at home to AC Milan in their opening group game, leaving the Frenchman worried ahead of a difficult trip to Real Madrid.
"It would have been a feat to defeat Milan," he said.
"The UEFA Champions League is another context, and they (Milan) found unity in such circumstances.
"Defeat is the worst situation for us, however, we still have a chance so we will play on."
Deschamps refused to blame playmaker Lucho Gonzalez for the loss despite his disappointing performance on Tuesday.
"Gonzalez? I don't want to make any individual analysis," he said. "He is part of a collective - I will defend him whatever happens because he is a talented player.
"He lacked pace and so was not at his best but he is working at his fitness and hopefully he will get back to his best the more he plays."