Brighton captain Bruno has signed a new one-year contract with the Premier League club until June 2019.
The 37-year-old right-back, who joined the Seagulls from Valencia in 2012, has made 21 league appearances this season.
“Bruno has been exemplary in my time as manager,” said Brighton boss Chris Hughton.
“Firstly, he has been an excellent right-back for the team, and secondly an excellent captain for the club over the past three seasons.”
The manager added: “The way he looks after himself on and off the pitch is an example to any player, and it is due to that lifestyle of professionalism that he is still playing at such a high level at this stage of his career.”
Brighton played Huddersfield last Saturday and were held to a 1-1 draw.
Huddersfield claimed a potentially crucial point in their battle against relegation as they drew with 10-man Brighton at the Amex Stadium in a game that saw both sides end their recent goal droughts.
The Seagulls and the Terriers are hoping to secure another season of top-flight football after they were promoted from the Championship last year and three points in this game would have gone a long way to making that a reality.
Brighton took the lead when the ball rebounded off Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl’s head after he had pushed Solly March’s shot onto the post.
Huddersfield responded almost immediately as Steve Mounie pounced on Shane Duffy’s terrible back pass to slot in.
The visitors’ hopes of snatching victory were then boosted when Brighton midfielder Davy Propper was sent off for a late challenge on Jonathan Hogg.
However, it was the hosts who could have taken the three points at the end when Jose Izquierdo was put through on goal – but the forward was superbly denied by Lossl.
The draw means Brighton are 13th, seven points above the relegation zone, while Huddersfield are 16th and four points above 18th-placed Southampton.
Neither of these sides have been the Premier League entertainers in recent weeks.
Brighton had gone a month without scoring while Huddersfield were approaching seven hours since their last goal.
It was, therefore, perhaps not surprising that their respective droughts were ended in somewhat fortuitous fashion.
Lossl can perhaps count himself unfortunate for Brighton’s opener as he pushed March’s shot onto the post and the ball rebounded back off his head and into the net.
Huddersfield had come back only once before this season to get a result after falling behind but they were on level terms just two minutes later.
Duffy inexplicably played the ball straight to Mounie and the Terriers’ top scorer kept his composure to round the keeper and slot in his ninth goal of the season.
Brighton are probably one win away from making sure of their Premier League status for another season and with tough games against Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool to come, this was arguably their most winnable fixture.
However, it would still take a big turnaround in form from the bottom three to see the Seagulls slip into trouble.
Any away point is an important one in the Premier League but this was the second time in their last four games Huddersfield had failed to take advantage of their opponents going down to 10 men by snatching victory.
But the Terriers have given themselves that extra bit of breathing space and this was a considerably improved performance after disappointing displays in defeats by Crystal Palace and Newcastle.
David Wagner’s side attacked with pace, created chances and finished with more shots on target – five – than they had in their previous two games combined, when they managed just two. That should give them hope ahead of upcoming home games against Watford and Everton.