Benji Marshall has signed on for another season with the Wests Tigers.
The 34-year-old club great will add to his 308 appearances after being one of his team's best in 2019, having returned to the club last year following stints at the Dragons and Brisbane.
"Officially, about an hour ago, I can announce I signed for another year with the Tigers," Marshall told Fox League on Saturday night.
"I thought our club has put some good things in place and I like the direction the club is going under Madge [coach Michael Maguire] and I'm looking forward to it."
Marshall made his NRL debut with the Tigers in 2003, and starred in the club's 2005 premiership-winning season.
He won the RLIF Golden Boot award in 2010 and was named Dally M Five-Eighth of the Year in 2011.
In 2019 he turned back the clock with some vintage displays and his leadership took the joint venture to within one win of the top eight.
He had 17 try assists and 14 line break assists in 19 games and also forced 13 dropouts.