Czech Republic goalkeeper Petr
Cech has extended his contract with Champions League winners
Chelsea until 2016.
Cech, who is in Prague preparing for Euro 2012 next month,
has featured in more games (369) for the Londoners than any
other overseas player.
"I am really happy I will be a part of this great club for
another four years," he told their website on Monday.
"I hope the next four years will be as successful as the
The 30-year-old joined Chelsea from French club Stade Rennes
in 2004 and quickly established himself as one of the top
keepers in the Premier League.
Cech has won three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and
two League Cups and saved three penalties in the shootout win
over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on May 19.
He did not play in his country's 2-1 friendly win over
Israel on Saturday but is expected to feature in the Euro 2012
warm-up against Hungary on June 2.
The Czechs face co-hosts Poland, Russia and Greece in Group
A next month.
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