Robbie Keane has signalled his intention to see out his career in the MLS by signing a new multi-year contract with LA Galaxy, Sky Sports understands.
The Republic of Ireland international, who was absent from the squad that lost to Serbia last night, moved to Southern California in the summer of 2011, and has scored 34 goals and made 21 assists in just 55 appearances for the club so far.
The 33 year old has also been included in the MLS’s Top XI in each of the past two years.
The Galaxy also handed a new contract to Landon Donovan last year, while their third designated player, defender Omar Gonzalez, is committed to the club for the next three campaigns.
The new MLS season commences this weekend, with LA Galaxy taking on Real Salt Lake at the Stubhub Center and the hosts are priced at 4/5 to take all three points.