Minnesota United have re-signed goalkeeper Eric Dick to a new one-year contract, the club have announced.
The 28-year-old was set to become a free agent following the conclusion of his previous deal, but his new contract now keeps him at Allianz Field through the 2023 MLS season. Minnesota United also hold an option to extend his contract beyond that point.
"God is good. I am simply honored to wear this crest another year," Dick wrote on social media. "Let’s have some fun and be special MNUFC nation! Safe holidays to everyone. Much love and See you all soon."
Dick joined the Loons at the start of 2022 following previous spells with Sporting Kansas City and the Columbus Crew.
Since then, the goalkeeper has made just one senior appearance in the US Open Cup, primarily operating as backup to Canada international Dayne St. Clair and Tyler Miller - the latter has now left the club as a free agent.
The majority of Dick's professional performances have come in USL with Sporting Kansas City II, Indy Eleven, Phoenix Rising, and FC Tulsa.