Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has signed a new one-year contract, ending speculation that he was set to leave the club or retire.
Cudicini, 37, has struggled for regular footballer since arriving at White Hart lane from Chelsea in 2009, playing just 20 games in the past two seasons.
The Italian's contract was due to expire this summer but Harry Redknapp has moved quickly to make sure that the Italian stays at the club for another year though to provide competition for number one Heurelho Gomes.
Cudicini started the club's last three matches of the season after Gomes suffered a back injury in training.
Spurs have been linked with moves for Brad Friedel and Ben Foster this summer, while third-choice stopper Stipe Pletikosa is expected to return to Spartak Moscow after an unsuccessful loan spell with the Londoners.