The 30-year old centre-back has signed on for a further two years which will see him stay in Western Australia until at least the end of the 2015/16 season.
"I consider myself very lucky to sign another two years at probably the most traditional clubs in the A-League, so it's an honour to extend my stay here," he said.
"It's pretty much business as usual for myself. My family obviously enjoys the Perth lifestyle which is a big part of any footballers' career, but on the pitch it's business as usual.
"This is a heritage club. This is probably the most traditional club in the A-League and we should be proud of that."
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