Atletico Madrid reserve goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya says a contract extension keeping him at the club next season has been agreed and should be signed soon.
Former Valencia and Getafe shot-stopper Moya has spent three seasons at the Calderon, mostly as back-up to first choices Thibaut Courtois and then Jan Oblak, keeping 30 clean sheets in 60 appearances across all competitions for the Rojiblanco club.
The 32-year-old is out of contract this June, and has made high-profile errors costing goals in recent games against Bayer Leverkusen and Celta Vigo.
Atletico can also call next year on promising Argentina youth international Axel Werner, 21, who is currently keeping goal and gaining experience on loan back at first club Boca Juniors until the summer.
However Moya told radio show El Larguero that an agreement for a one-year extension was completed and would be signed in the coming days.
"We want to be relaxed about this," Moya said. "Atleti knew that I wanted to stay and I knew that Atleti wanted me to stay. It has been simple, this week or next week I will sign the contract. There is an agreement, there is no problem."