Hull City stalwart Andy Dawson has ended any uncertainty about his future by signing a new one-year contract at the KC Stadium.
The 33-year-old, who is the Tigers' longest-serving player, joined the club in 2003 having arrived on a free transfer from Scunthorpe United.
Dawson has made 310 appearances for the Tigers and represented the club in four senior divisions, and is relishing the prospect of another season with the club.
"I am very happy to have signed a new contract and extend my stay at this football club," the full-back told the club's official website.
"It's obviously been a bit of a long process but thankfully it's all sorted now and I can concentrate on my preparations for the new season and giving everything I can for this football club.
"I've said all along that it's been an honour and a privilege to play for Hull City all these years.
"This club has achieved so much in the last nine years, more than I ever expected when I first joined.
"I remember walking round the side of the pitch at the KC Stadium with Peter Taylor on my first day as a Hull City player and he was telling me all about his ambitions for the club.
"My journey with the club just goes to show that with hard work and commitment, anything is possible."