Darren Randolph has committed his future to West Ham United by signing a new four-year deal.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper, who impressed when standing in for Adrian last season, joined the club in 2015 after leaving Birmingham City.
He made 15 appearances in all competitions, before playing in all of Republic of Ireland’s games at Euro 2016, and is delighted to extend his stay in east London.
Randolph told the club’s official website: “I’ve had a good first year at West Ham and this is another positive thing to happen to me at the end of a good first season and a good summer with Ireland.
“It has gone better than I could have ever expected at West Ham since I joined last summer, playing as many games as I did and then starting for Ireland in the Play-off and at Euro 2016.
“Signing a new contract means I want to stay here for a long time and be part of what is going on with the Club, moving into a new Stadium and a new Training Ground – it’s all very positive and exciting.”