The goalkeeper says that he is 'delighted' to have agreed a new contract with the Leesiders ahead of the 2013 season
Speaking to the club's official website, the 32-year-old said that he was 'delighted' to extend his stay at Turners Cross and said that he was 'excited' about the new season.
"I am delighted to have signed a new contract with the club," he said. "It looks like 2013 could be a good season for us and I am really excited to be a part of that."
He continued: "I think we had a decent season in 2012, but we were maybe a bit disappointed that we didn’t push up the table a bit more and challenge for a European spot.
"It wasn’t to be last season, but I really believe we have what it takes to mount a serious challenge for a top 3 or 4 place next season I believe there is a bright future for Cork City Football Club, and this is where I hope to spend the remainder of my playing days."
Cork City manager Tommy Dunne expressed his delight at securing McNulty's signature, describing the player as a 'top goalkeeper.
"I am delighted that Mark has signed back with us for another year," Dunne told corkcityfc.net. "In my time with the club, Mark has proved his quality as a goalkeeper, and although he didn’t play a lot in his earlier years with the club, he is now showing that he is becoming a top goalkeeper.
"He is one of the experienced heads in the squad and he has a lot to offer the club," concluded the Cork boss.