The 36-year old and his club reached an agreement to extend his deal amid links with other giant clubs in the league, the club announced on Sunday, August 15, 2021.
King impressed his officials who decided to hand him another two-year deal as he is currently in his prime.
The new deal will keep the 36-year-old in the Lonaci League One until at least August 2024, with an option for another year.
Commenting on his new deal, King said “I am very happy to sign a new contract with the club where I have been playing for years.
“I look forward to the coming football season, in which I hope for even more playing minutes and excellent performance than last season and hope that I can be of value to the team.”
The four-time LoneStar capped also expressed delight after signing the contract and expects to write his name in the history book of Stella Club and Ivory Coast as well after saving several clean sheets in 20 appearances last season in the 2020/2021 season.
The 36-year-old, who joined Stella on a four-year deal from the Ghana Premier League club, Sekondi Hassaccas FC in 2017, joined few old players in signing new deals on Sunday afternoon.
Since his arrival four years ago, King has played over 100 matches for the club where has helped the team keep its place among the top teams in Ivory Coast.
However, in recent times he has been overlooked by some coaches of the Liberian national team including current coach Peter Butler, who has left him out of his selections since he was appointed as head coach of the Lonestar of Liberia in 2019.
King began his career at the local side Busa in Monrovia between 2002-2003 before a short loan spell with Shoe FC in 2004 where he later signed for defunct Gedi and Sons in 2006.
Between 2007-2009, King played for Invincible Eleven (IE) where he helped the club win the Liberian First Division in 2007.
At the end of the 2009 season in Liberia, he signed for Ghanaian Premier League club, Ashanti Gold SC where he played up to 2012 before joining another Ghanaian club Sekondi Hassaccas.
The veteran, who has been capped 4 times, made his debut for the Lonestar against Equatorial Guinea in an international friendly on June 17, 2007.