A host of senior players, including Itumeleng Khune, have penned contract extensions at Kaizer Chiefs.
Khune is joined by Lebogang Manyama, Khama Billiat, Bernard Parker and Ramahlwe Mphahlele who will all be available for the upcoming season under new coach Stuart Baxter.
Khune has penned a new two-year deal along with Billiat while Parker and Mphahlele signed one-year deals.
"Khune is the longest serving player in the current team as he has been a part of the senior team set-up since 2004," Chief said in a statement on their website.
"The goalkeeper has been given a two year extension to his contract. This means the player will go into his record-equalling 18th season with Kaizer Chiefs’ senior team.
"He joins Patrick 'Ace' Ntsoelengoe in the record books of Amakhosi. Ntsoelengoe played for Chiefs from 1970 and retired in 1988."
On Tuesday, Chiefs also announced the signing of Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander for the upcoming season.