Stoke City have offered injured striker Mamady Sidibe a new one-year deal.

The 32-year-old's career was placed in serious jeopardy after he dislocated his left knee during a reserve game last October against Port Vale.

"I have just talked to the club and they have offered me another year to get me fit again," Sidibe told The Sentinel.

"That is very good for me and I thank the club, the chairman, the manager, everybody.

"Without the contract, it would be very difficult for me, especially after being here for seven years."