Birmingham club captain Paul Robinson has been offered a new contract to remain at St. Andrews for a further season, the Championship has announced.
The 38-year-old defender, whose existing deal expires at the end of June, is currently Blues’ longest-serving player having arrived at St Andrew’s in September 2012.
According to the Sky Bet Championship club’s official website, the contract proposal provides Robinson with scope to continue his work coaching City’s younger professionals and academy prospects.
📝 Paul Robinson has been offered a new contract ahead of next season.
— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) May 25, 2017
Robinson, who has also played for Watford, West Brom, Bolton and Leeds, has made 171 appearances for Birmingham.
The former England Under-21 international featured 25 times in all competitions this season.