Rotherham striker Paul Warne has signed a new contract which will see him stay at the club for another year.
The 37-year-old, who signed for the Millers in July 2009, will stay on for one more season at the Don Valley Stadium.
He is expected to mix his playing duties with a coaching role, according to the club's official website.
Chief operating officer Paul Douglas said: "We are delighted Paul has decided to extend his stay with Rotherham United."
Warne spent five months on the sidelines last season after breaking a bone in his leg but was fighting fit towards the end of the campaign.
Douglas said: "Paul was unlucky to pick up an injury which kept him out of action for longer than we thought.
"However, he is now fully recovered and one of the fittest players at the club so we are looking forward to seeing him in a Millers shirt for another season."