Leeds United have confirmed that goalkeeper Rob Green has penned a new 12-month contract extension with the Championship club on their official website.
The veteran stopper has been number one choice with the promotion-chasing Whites this season and played a part in the Yorkshire side powering its way up to fourth in the standings.
Green’s role in the the team was initially questioned by the fans at the start of the season after a number of indifferent displays, but the former England international has upped his game in recent months.
Important saves have delivered points to the Leeds cause and the veteran has clearly been rewarded for his efforts with an extension to his current terms.
The Whites fans will hope that Green and his side will be playing Premier League football next season, with the goalkeeper’s experience and ability a potential attribute for the Yorkshire team.
The 37-year-old has played all 38 of Leeds’ Championship fixtures so far this season.