Birmingham goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has signed a new two-year contract extension, the West Midlands club have announced.
Kuszczak, 35, has been Blues’ first choice this season, making 38 appearances as they retained their Sky Bet Championship status with a last-day win at Bristol City.
“Blues goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak’s performances have seen him rewarded with a new two-year deal,” the club said on their official website.
“The contract runs until June 30, 2019 and Blues also have a one-year option as part of the agreement.”
The former Poland international, who has also played for West Brom, Manchester United, Brighton and Wolves in England, joined Birmingham from the latter in June 2015 and has made a total of 80 appearances.