WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- D.C. United Thursday re-signed Jaime Moreno, Major League Soccer's all-time goal-scoring leader, to a reported multiyear contract.
The Bolivian forward has played all but one of his 11-year MLS career with United (259 games).
He spent the 2003 season with the MetroStars.
Moreno has compiled 201 points overall (112 goals and 89 assists).
His individual honors include seven all-star nominations, four MLS Best XI selections, the 1997 MLS Golden Boot award and a place on the MLS All-Time Best XI side named in the league's 10th season.
"I'm happy to be able to remain with D.C. United," Moreno said. "Looking forward, I hope to score more goals and bring more championships to the club."
Despite injuries and international obligations, he broke the league's goal scoring mark with his 109th goal Aug. 22, 2007 in a match against the New York Red Bulls.
"Jaime has long provided a major impact for us," said United General Manager Dave Kasper.