West Ham United attacker Jarrod Bowen has put pen to paper on a new seven-year contract with the club until 2030.
Bowen, whose previous deal ran until 2025, netted 13 times across all competitions for West Ham last season, including the all-important winner against Fiorentina in the Europa Conference League final.
In keeping with his goalscoring heroics from last time out, the 26-year-old has scored five goals and laid on another two in nine matches this term.
Bowen’s upturn in form recently yielded a return to the England national team for the upcoming international break and he has now also been rewarded with a contract extension at club level.
He says he is happy to have signed a new contract as he looks forward to creating more memories off the back of May’s European triumph.
“Everyone knows what this club means to me, so committing my future until 2030 means so much to me and my family,” Bowen told West Ham’s official website.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here – winning the Europa Conference League in Prague was an amazing moment – scoring the winner in the last minute will be something I’ll cherish forever.
“It’s left us all wanting that feeling again and again – we want to create more memories together, for our fantastic fans, and for this fantastic football club.”
Bowen came close to snatching the winner for West Ham in Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Newcastle United where David Moyes’s side grabbed a point late on through Mohammed Kudus.
The Hammers currently sit seventh in the Premier League table, three points off a place in the top four.
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