Paris Saint-Germain defender Zoumana Camara has extended his contract with the French Ligue 1 champions by a season until 2015, the French club confirmed.
"Le @PSG_inside is happy to announce the exension by an additional year of Zoumana Camara's contract until 2015," the club posted on their Twitter account.
The 35-year-old arrived in the Parisian club in 2007 from Saint-Etienne.
"I want to continue this beautiful story and finish my career in this magical club," Camara said on his Twitter account.
PSG prsident Nasser Al-Khelaifi praised the player, who is a friend of Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as a "great professional and a very important person in the locker room".
Despite being relegated to the bench for most of the season, Camara, who is the oldest player at the club, nevertheless played 11 matches this season. He previously played for English side Leeds, Empoli in Italy, and French clubs Marseille and Lens, and along the way picked up one cap for France in 2001.