Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has signed a one-year contract extension with the Premier League club.
Fernandinho has established himself as a key player for City since joining in 2013, winning three Premier League titles and four EFL Cups.
The extension will see the 34-year-old Brazilian remain at the club until the summer of 2021, by which point he will have completed his eighth season at the Etihad.
“This is the best possible news,” Fernandinho said. “I have enjoyed every second of my time here. I never expected to build such a meaningful relationship with the club and the fans, but it has happened, and I am grateful every single day.
“Our fans are unbelievable; I am so happy that I will continue to play for them a year longer. I feel their love and passion and it genuinely helps keep me driven.
“My focus now is on making sure we continue to be successful. My time here has been decorated by silverware, but under Pep (Guardiola’s) guidance we have really accelerated. I want that to carry on for as long as possible.”