Yokohama FC have announced that 48-year-old striker Kazuyoshi Miura has agreed to extend his contract with the club.
Former Japan international Miura, whose decade-long international career ended in 2000, has been with Yokohama since 2005.
The second-tier club posted the announcement of their No. 11's new deal on their official website at 11.11 a.m. on Nov. 11.
Miura, nicknamed King Kazu, told Kyodo News: "I'm thankful to the club staff and supporters who always offer me support.
North Korea striker Jong Tae-Se -- dubbed "the People's Wayne Rooney" -- has signed for Japan's Shimizu S-Pulse.
Jong, 31, who was born in Nagoya, Japan to Korean parents and holds a North Korean passport, completed a move from South Korea's Suwon Bluewings to the J-League side.
"I would like to dedicate myself from here on to Shimizu S-Pulse," Jong said following the transfer. "I will sacrifice myself and advance as one with the team.
"I want to carve the words 'history' and 'honour' into my heart...