Peter Crouch has signed a one-year contract extension with Stoke City.
After inking the deal, the veteran striker is tied to the Potters until the end of the 2018-19 season.
"Peter has been with Stoke longer than he has been with any other club which I think speaks volumes for how he views us and how we view him," manager Mark Hughes said in a statement.
"He still has so much to offer us. He may be 36 but he continues to have a major impact on games, as he has proved on numerous occasions this season."
Tony Scholes, Stoke's chief executive, added: “The discussions with Peter and his representatives were very straightforward; Peter is happy here and made no secret of his desire to stay with the Club. We’re delighted with the news."
Crouch is yet to start a game in the Premier League this term, but has scored three goals in his nine substitute appearances.
He insists he can keep going for a few more years, though, as he said last week: "I don't think my attributes have changed and I haven't had many injuries, so if I can maintain that I can go on for a few years yet. I want to play at this level as long as I can.
"I still feel great and hungry enough to be starting games. That's what I want to do.
"When I have got in the side I have felt I have done well, but for whatever reason we change things and I have to be ready to come off the bench."
In Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace, Crouch came off the bench to set a new record for appearances from the bench in the Premier League.