Thomas Sorensen has committed his future to Stoke, with the Danish keeper announcing that he has penned a new two-year contract.
His future at the Britannia Stadium had been called into question, with the veteran shot-stopper doing little to curb the rumours.
Having slipped out of favour in recent seasons, Sorensen revealed that he was weighing up his options.
With his contract due to expire next summer, he was uncertain which path to take.
The 35-year-old has, however, returned to the Potters' starting XI of late and has been convinced that staying put is the best idea.
Sorensen previously said that if he was to take on a new challenge, now would be the time to do it.
That suggests that he is now preparing to see out his playing days at Stoke, with his new deal set to take him through to 2014.
"Just signed a new contract this morning," Sorensen posted on his Twitter account.
"Proud to be a Potter for another 2 1/2 years."