LUKE McCormick had “no decision” to make about committing his future to Plymouth Argyle.
The Pilgrims goalkeeper, who turns 31 shortly after the 2014-15 begins in August, has signed a new two-year deal with the club that runs until the summer of 2016.
“I am absolutely delighted,” said Luke, who rejoined Argyle last summer on a season-long contract.
“Once I knew that Argyle wanted me to stay, there was no decision for me to make.
“This is home for me; it is my club.”
Luke played 26 of the Pilgrims’ first 27 Sky Bet League 2 matches before fracturing and dislocating a finger in February’s 2-1 home victory over Mansfield Town.
He is still recuperating from the injury. He said: “The season ended earlier for me than I would have liked obviously.
“But everything is going well and I am determined to come back fitter and stronger and help the club push back up to where it deserves to be.
“I think I have got a lot more to give. There’s definitely more to come from me, and I am already looking forward to next season when I can show that.”