PSV Eindhoven have handed a new contract to Mexican star Carlos Salcido.
The 27-year-old defender has agreed a two-year extension at The Philips Stadion which will now keep him at the club until 2012.
The deal follows just days after starlet Ibrahim Afellay pledged his future to the club and PSV are pleased to have finalised a deal for him.
"We are very happy with this deal. It has been made clear again we want to keep our important players for a long time," said PSV general manager Jan Reker.
The club also expressed their desire to tie up the future of Brazilian goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.
The South American shot-stopper was critical of PSV earlier this week and admitted he was in two minds about whether to stay in Eindhoven.
However, Reker insists that PSV will be doing everything they can to keep him and he is confident a new deal will be agreed.
"PSV will do everything," Reker told PSV's website.
"Besides being a fantastic goalkeeper, Gomes is also an intelligent, honest boy with a big PSV heart.
"The club can understand his worries about the sudden departure of Ronald Koeman, the temporary solutions in the technical staff, the missing of the warmth of Guus Hiddink and the keeping on level of the quality of the selection.
"PSV will do everything to tie our fantastic goalkeeper longer to the club to put the strongest possible PSV on the pitch in the future."
Meanwhile, PSV could be ready for a new raid on Peru with midfielder Reimond Manco strongly linked with a move to Holland.
17-year-old Manco, who plays for Alianza Lima - the same club they signed Jefferson Farfan from - has impressed chief scout Piet de Visser.
"He is a rough diamond," de Visser told De Telegraaf.
"We are followed him during the South American Under 17 Championship."