Star striker Bruno Fornaroli says he is enjoying his time at Perth and is keen to bring success to the Glory.
Perth Glory have re-signed star striker Bruno Fornaroli for two more years, but the future of skipper Diego Castro remains up in the air.
Fornaroli has scored 13 goals in each of his two seasons since joining Glory, and he looms as a key cog in the club's quest to get back into the finals next year.
The 33-year-old has scored 72 goals in his 124 A-League games, and he is keen to bring success to Glory.
"My family and I love it here in Perth and I am really looking forward to seeing what the future holds," Fornaroli said.
Fellow striker Nicholas D'Agostino has parted ways with Glory, while midfielder Neil Kilkenny was told towards the end of the season that he's no longer wanted.
The future of several other players remain up in the air, the biggest of which is Castro.
The Spaniard was arguably Glory's best player this season yet again, and contract negotiations with the club have started.