Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Radek Cerny has agreed a one-year contract extension at Loftus Road.
The former Czech Republic international has been with the club since joining in 2008 following a lengthy loan spell with Tottenham.
He had been linked with a return to his homeland this summer but made it clear last month that he intended to stay with QPR.
The 37-year-old was even prepared to cut short a family holiday to fly back and sign the new deal.
But Rangers manager Neil Warnock has told him it will be waiting for him when he returns to West London.
"Radek's been great back-up for Rangers - and he deserves this extension to his contract," Warnock told the Ealing Gazette.
"It says something he was willing to come all the way back here to sort it now.
"But I've told him he needs to enjoy the break and he can sign when he gets back."
However, Warnock says Cerny is the last of the current squad to get new terms as he will now turn his attention to bringing in new faces ahead of the club's return to the Premier League.
"All player business now will focus on new signings," Warnock added.
"Everyone here already has existing contracts that will take care of them for next season."