Veteran Richard Horne has signed a one-year extension to his contract with Hull FC.
The new deal will take the long-serving half-back into a 16th season with his home-town club.
Horne, 30, who celebrated a testimonial in 2010, has made 348 appearances, scoring 124 tries, since making his debut against Leeds as a 16-year-old in 1999.
"I'm pleased the club have offered me another year," he said. "I still know I've got plenty of 'footy' in me and I can't see myself playing anywhere other than Hull.
"It's my club and my town and I'll keep giving it all I can until the day I know it's time to hang up the boots."
Hull coach Peter Gentle said: "There is no doubting that Richard is one of the club's greats and when he finally does hang up his boots he will have a place reserved in Hull FC folklore.
"He is a one-club man, black and white through and through and for that reason it was an extremely easy decision to offer him another contract extension.
"His experience and character plays a big part for us, as does his utility value, and that makes him an integral part of the squad."
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