Richard Wright has signed a new one-year deal with Manchester City, according to ESPN.
The former England international moved to the Etihad Stadium in the summer of 2012, but is yet to make his debut for the club, with Joe Hart and Willy Caballero currently ahead of him in the pecking order.
Prior to his switch to the Citizens, Wright was at Preston North End though he left the club one week into pre-season training having not played for them either.
He made just shy of three hundred league appearances across three spells with Ipswich Town while he won a Premier League title with Arsenal in 2001/02 – his only season with the club.
The 37 year old has also played for Everton, West Ham United and Sheffield United, as well as having a spell on loan with Southampton seven years ago.
He has two caps for his country, and was part of England’s Euro 2000 squad, where he was an unused substitute in all three of their group games.