Willian has agreed a deal that will see him return to Fulham for the 2023/24 season after his contract expired earlier this summer.
The 34-year-old has signed a one-year contract, with a club option to extend by a further 12 months.
“I’m completely happy. Happy to sign one more year with Fulham,” Willian told FFCtv.
““Happy to continue the work that I did last season with all my teammates and the whole Club. I think it’s a club that can do even better this season, so I’m happy to continue this amazing adventure.”
Willian enjoyed an impressive season in 2022/23 as the Cottagers finished in 10th place on their return to the top flight, scoring five goals and providing six assists in 27 Premier League appearances.
One of those strikes helped the Brazilian win February’s Budweiser Goal of the Month award.
In total, Willian has played 286 times in the competition, the most of any Brazilian, scoring 43 goals and providing as many assists.
Fulham are stepping up their preparations ahead of their first match of the season against Everton on Saturday 12 August.
They are competing in the Premier League’s Summer Series tournament, starting with a derby against west London rivals Brentford on 23 July in Philadelphia.