Veteran AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi has signed a new contract to stay at the San Siro for another season.
The 36-year-old was due to reach the end of his deal this summer and there was speculation that the recent campaign could be his last.
But the striker, who joined Milan from Juventus in 2001, will now notch 10 years with the club after committing until the end of June 2011.
The new deal was signed on Friday, with Milan announcing the news in a one-sentence statement on their official website.
His extended stay comes despite a poor season by the former Italy international's high standards, with the striker netting just twice in 24 Serie A appearances as the club finished third behind champions Inter Milan and Roma.
But the striker has notched more than 100 goals for Milan throughout his career and the club will be hoping he can recapture his previous form.