Goalkeeper Ante Covic has signed on for another A-League season with surprise packets Western Sydney Wanderers.The 37-year-old veteran has starred for the Wanderers in their debut season and said despite his age, it was an easy decision to commit to a new deal.Covic was born in Sydney and the 193cm goalkeeper has been a major part of the equal best defence in the A-League this season.The Wanderers have conceded only 10 goals in 13 matches.Covic said there were a range of reasons why he wanted to remain a Wanderer."The whole Wanderers set-up has impressed me immensely," Covic said, ahead of Western Sydney's New Years Day clash at home to Melbourne Victory."To be playing at Parramatta Stadium in front of a crowd that is as passionate as the one we have with a coach that has a clear vision and a bunch of players that are fantastic to be around."There is not just one thing that stands out. It is a credit to the organisation that is the Wanderers and what it has brought and it has made my decision a lot easier to stay here."It is such a natural thing for me to sign here and I am still enjoying playing football."The experienced goalkeeper started his career at Marconi and has played for clubs in Greece and Sweden before enjoying an A-League career at Newcastle Jets and Melbourne Victory.Coach Tony Popovic said he was delighted to have Covic onboard for another season given the goalkeeper has delivered everything expected of him to date."He is an outstanding goalkeeper and leader at the football club and he has had a great season so far," Popovic said."We don't see any reason why he can't play at this level for at least another season."Executive Chairman Lyall Gorman said Covic brought presence and charisma to the club."Ante brings character and experience and he has accelerated the development of the Wanderers at such a crucial time in its evolution," Gorman said."He has a rich experience and a strength that is invaluable in guiding and leading those around him."On and off the field he has been tremendous and he epitomises what the club is about."