Wolves captain Jody Craddock has put pen to paper on a new one-year contract.
The 34-year-old defender made 33 Premier League appearances and scored five goals last season and has now signed up for another campaign at Molineux.
Craddock joined Wolves in a £1.75million deal from Sunderland back in 2003 and is delighted to be continuing his career with Mick McCarthy's side.
"It's brilliant to get the contract sorted and signed. It's another year for me at Wolves, which is fantastic," he told the club's official website.
"A couple of years ago, I thought I might have been dropping down the leagues, but I'm still at Wolves, we are still in the Premier League and I couldn't have asked for anything better for my career.
"I was at Sunderland for six years and now I'm going into my eighth season at Wolves, so I have not moved around all that much.
"I love being at this club and it's nice not to keep moving from club to club.
"I'm proud of what I've achieved at Wolverhampton Wanderers in my career here and hopefully there is more to come."