Danny Gabbidon has signed a one-year contract extension at Crystal Palace.
The former Wales international joined the newly-promoted Premier League side in September 2012, and made 14 appearances in all competitions.
That included a starting spot in the club’s 1-0 play-off final victory over Watford at Wembley, as Kevin Phillips’ penalty secured the London club top-flight football for the first time since 2005.
Gabbidon told the club’s offical website: “I’m delighted to carry on playing for Palace for another season.
“I’ve really enjoyed my time so far as there’s a great group of lads here and I can’t wait to have another crack at Premier League football playing alongside them.
“The club has amazing supporters and they’ve been great to me since I joined, and I can’t wait to playing against the top teams in the country at Selhurst next season.”
The 33-year-old joins fellow defender Peter Ramage, and midfielder Owen Garvan in extending his stay at Selhurst Park.