Crystal Palace defender Joel Ward has signed a two-year contract extension with the club.
Ward, who joined Palace in May 2012 has signed a new deal that will keep him with the club until the summer of 2023.
"I’m delighted. I think it’s great to have committed the future to the club. We know it’s an exciting time for the club in the way things are shaping up, so I think with a new manager coming in and staff as well, it’s going to be an exciting period," he told the club's official TV.
Of the current Palace squad, only Wilfried Zaha (393) has played more than the defender’s 273 appearances for the Eagles.
The right-back has spent the last nine seasons at Selhurst Park and this latest contract will take his association with the Eagles beyond a decade.