Colin Doyle has become the latest Birmingham City player to commit to the club.
The goalkeeper has signed a new one-year contract.
Doyle follows captain and right-back Stephen Carr by pitching in for the new Lee Clark era.
Old deals for both Doyle and Carr expired on June 30.
But Clark made it clear he wanted both to stay and Doyle today agreed terms to extend his Blues career into an 11th senior campaign.
Doyle's resigning also ends concern over the situation between the sticks at Blues.
With Jack Butland away on Olympic Games duty for Team GB, Blues faced the prospect of being without a senior goalkeeper in pre-season at least.
But although Doyle, 27, had other options as a Bosman free transfer - Ipswich Town were keen - he opted to stay put at Blues.
Doyle was back up to loanee Boaz Myhill last season and then replaced the West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper, who injured his thumb, for the final six games, including the Championship play-off semi-finals.
Irish international Doyle came over to Blues from Cork as a 16-year-old on trial and last season was used primarily in Europe and the cups.
His highlight was saving a penalties from Juan Mata in Blues FA Cup fifth round clashes against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and in the replay.