Exeter midfielder Matt Oakley has signed a new contract at St James Park.
The 36-year-old with the Grecians in July last year, but the club have not disclosed the terms of his new contract.
Oakley missed four months of last season after sustaining an ankle injury in the in October, but was an ever-present in the side after his return in February.
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The former England Under-21 international began his career at Southampton, where he spent 12 years, and then had four years at Leicester City before joining Exeter.
Oakley is the latest Exeter player to agree a new deal at St James Park, following and
Reserve goalkeeper James Hamon and winger Arron Davies are the only players yet to agree new terms.
Exeter are currently unable to bring in any new players as they are until they repay a loan from the Professional Footballers Association.