Leyton Orient midfielder Adam Chambers has signed a new deal to keep him at the club for a further year.
Chambers is currently Orient's longest serving player, having joining the club in August 2006, and has appeared 162 times for the London club.
He has now put pen to paper on a new 12-month contract, with the option of another year.
Manager Russell Slade is pleased to have kept the 29-year-old at Brisbane Road, telling the club's official website. "I'm delighted he has agreed to sign his new contract.
"He gives us an athletic and mobile presence in midfield, and he also brings a wealth of experience.
"He's a model professional."
French defender Mike Cestor has penned a first professional deal after graduating through the youth system, signing a two-year contract.
However, Slade is still waiting for a decision from left-back Charlie Daniels on whether he accepts a new contract.