Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Nick Colgan has signed a new one-year contract with the League One side.
The 37-year-old joined the club on an emergency loan from Grimsby in October 2010 after Alex Smithies was injured.
The former Republic of Ireland international rejoined the Terriers on a short-term deal in January after the Mariners released him.
"Nick showed he is more than capable of stepping into the breach," manager Lee Clark told the club website.
"He is also a good influence to have around the squad."
Colgan added: "I take it as a real compliment that the manager has asked me to stay."