Norwich have handed long-serving defender Adam Drury a new one-year deal.
Drury, who moved to Carrow Road in 2001 after six years with Peterborough, has made 304 appearances for the Canaries and is the longest-serving player currently at the club.
The 32-year-old was delighted to win a contract extension to keep him at Carrow Road.
"I am obviously delighted to be at this special club for another year," Drury told the club's official website.
"Things are going well at the moment and the gaffer and coaching staff have got something special going on and I want to be part of it.
"The fans have been great to me since I've been here and support us in great numbers both home and away."
Canaries boss Paul Lambert paid tribute to Drury for his service to the club.
"He has been great for me since I've been here and he's a terrific professional and a top player," said Lambert.
"To be at a club for almost 10 years is an achievement in itself and I am delighted to sign him for another year."