WASHINGTON -- Jaime Moreno, the career goal-scoring leader in Major League Soccer, re-signed with D.C. United on Thursday.
Moreno has been with United since the league's inception in 1996, except for a stint with the MetroStars in 2003. The 34-year-old Bolivian forward became the league's most prolific goal-scorer on Aug. 22, 2007, when he notched No. 109 on a penalty kick against the New York Red Bulls.
Moreno now has 112 goals and 89 assists.
A seven-time All-Star and United team captain, Moreno played in 21 MLS games last season, scoring seven goals with six assists.
"Jaime has long provided a major impact for us on the field and in the locker room," United general manager Dave Kasper said. "His skill and savvy remain unmatched in this league, and we're expecting more of the same results from Jaime this season."