Kyle Walker has penned a new two-year contract extension with the Premier League champions Manchester City.
The 29-year-old has excelled for the Etihad side since a £50million switch from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2017.
In his two seasons with the club, the right-back has helped City win two top-flight titles, two League Cups and the FA Cup.
Walker’s contract was due to expire in 2022 but he’s now committed his future to the club for a further two seasons on top of that.
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The England international told the club’s official website: “I’m thrilled to have signed a new deal. Playing for City has been everything I’d hoped it would be and more.
“It was an easy decision. I want to be competing for trophies, playing at the highest level, and I feel I have improved hugely as a player during my time here.
“The Club’s vision – both on and off the pitch – matches mine perfectly and I’m looking forward to spending the new five years here, hopefully winning more silverware.”
Walker, who started his career with hometown club Sheffield United, has made exactly 100 appearances in all competitions under Pep Guardiola.