Paul Warne has signed a new 12-month contract extension with League One side Yeovil.
The striker joined the Glovers on a short-term deal last summer after being released by Oldham and went on make 37 appearances for Russell Slade's side.
The 35-year-old was ruled out of the last nine games of the season with a stress fracture in his foot, but will be able to resume his Huish Park career next season.
The veteran front-man will be entering his 12th season as a professional, having taken in spells with Wigan, Rotherham and Mansfield prior to his arrival with the Latics in 2005.
Rarely prolific throughout his time in the game Warne will be looking to break into double figures next season for only the second time in his career.
His failings in front of goal, combined with his ageing legs, may see Slade utilise him on the wing in 2009, a position he has filled on numerous occasions in the past.