Australian midfielder Danny Invincibile has extended his contract with Kilmarnock until 2011, the Scottish Premier League side announced on Tuesday. The 29-year-old's current deal was due to expire at the end of the season and he admitted he had contemplated seeking a fresh challenge elsewhere, before finally deciding to stay at the Ayrshire club.
"My deal was up at the end of the season and after weighing up my options over the past few months, I decided I'm better where I am.
"I've been happy at Kilmarnock for six years and have a good relationship with the gaffer, so why leave?
"I also believe we have the strongest squad since I joined and that we have a real chance of finishing in the top four and going far in the Scottish Cup."
Invincibile has begun to contemplate the prospect of finishing his career at Kilmarnock. "At the back of my head, I do have plans to go back home at some stage but who knows," he said.
"Football is a funny game and one day this contract may run out and I'll start thinking about a testimonial. Financially and from the prestige point of view, staying with one club for 10 years is a great idea. But who knows? The club might not even want me by then or I might not want to stay."