Portsmouth goalkeeper David James has signed a one-year extension, keeping him at Fratton Park until 2009.
James joined Pompey last summer
James, capped 34 times by England, moved to the south coast from Manchester City last summer, also has the option of staying for another year.
James, 36, said: "The last year has been great and I am delighted.
"I have enjoyed my football here and with the plans for the new stadium, the future is looking very good on and off the pitch," he told the club website.
"To be part of that future is very exciting."
James, who started his career with Watford and has also played for Liverpool, Aston Villa and West Ham, has been in outstanding form for Pompey this season.
Manager Harry Redknapp said James deserves an England recall but he has so far been overlooked by England boss Steve McClaren.