West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill has extended his stay at The Hawthorns after the Baggies confirmed that he has signed a one-year extension.
The 33-year-old’s new deal runs until the summer of 2018 and he will hope to make a century of appearances for the Baggies in that time having played in 78 games for them to date.
Myhill, who has been with West Brom for the past six years having joined from Hull, enjoyed an extended run in the team last term due to a knee injury suffered by first-choice keeper Ben Foster.
He made 23 Premier League starts for Tony Pulis’ men as they finished 14th in the final standings.
“We’re delighted Boaz has agreed a contract extension and we’ve secured his services for an additional year,” Pulis said on West Brom’s official website.
“Boaz is a great professional and he provides good competition for Ben.”