Bayern Munich's back-up goalkeeper Sven Ulreich has signed a one-year contract extension to remain at the Allianz Arena until the end of next season.
The 34-year-old has played second fiddle to Manuel Neuer throughout his six-and-a-half seasons with Bayern, spanning over two spells either side of a season with Hamburg.
Ulreich has played 86 times for Bayern, compared to 284 outings for Neuer over that period, with the majority of his games coming in the 2017-18 campaign when the Germany great was injured.
He has featured eight times so far this campaign and recently outlined his intention to agree fresh terms with the Bavarian giants.
Bayern confirmed on their website on Friday that Ulreich has officially put pen to paper on a new deal, ensuring he will stay in place beyond the end of the current campaign.
"I'm very happy to stay on at FC Bayern," Ulreich said. "The cooperation with the whole team and especially with Manuel Neuer has grown into something special over many years.
"We're perfectly attuned to each other and I really enjoy my job. FC Bayern knows that I'm always there when they need me.
"The goal is to win more titles, that's what we're all here for, that's what we give everything for every day."
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic added: "This contract extension shows the sporting value Sven has for our team.
"He was and always is a reliable performer when needed, but also in the changing room.
"It's hugely important for us that he's been very well attuned with Manuel Neuer in the training group of our goalkeepers for years.
"They both support each other, and we need that in this important position. I'm happy we'll continue working together."