German forward, Thomas Mueller, has extended his contract at Bayern Munich until 2023, the club announced on Tuesday.
The 30-year-old joined the club as a schoolboy in 2000 and made his professional debut for the Bavarians eight years later.
Mueller, who he described Bayern Munich as his “passion”, has made more than 500 appearances for the German club.
“I am really pleased that I have extended with Bayern Munich… and will continue to give everything for my club,” the 2014 World Cup winner said on Twitter.
“Because this club is not just an employer for me – it is a passion.”
The club also expressed delight at the renewal of the striker’s contract.
“I’m happy that we’ve reached agreement with Thomas. Thomas is a special player for us, a figurehead for the club and our fans, a leader who shows the way on the pitch and has achieved a lot with FC Bayern,” sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said in a statement.
Mueller is a club icon who has won eight league titles, five German Cups and the 2013 Champions League.
However, the new deal comes after Mueller worked his way back into the side under coach Hansi Flick this season after being frozen out by previous boss Niko Kovac.
Flick himself signed a deal to make his contract permanent until 2023 after guiding his outfit back to the top of the German top-flight.