Fulham goalkeeper Marek Rodak has extended his contract with the Championship club until the summer of 2024.
The 23-year-old Slovak, who came through the club’s academy, has kept 10 clean sheets in 24 league appearances this season.
The Whites have the option to extend his deal by a further year.
Rodak told the club’s official website:
“I’m really happy to sign and stay here, and now I’m just looking forward to the future. It’s nice that the club trusts me, and I hope that the fans see it as good news! I know Betts is a big favourite of the fans so they maybe weren’t too sure about me at first, but they’ve stuck with me and I like to think they’re happy with me. I’d like to thank them for backing me up, and hopefully I’ve been good for them.”
Fulham’s director of football Tony Khan added:
“I’m excited to announce that we’ve agreed to a long-term contract extension with goalkeeper Marek Rodak. Marek has been with the Club since my family came to Fulham in 2013, and he’s a great product of our first rate Academy led by Huw Jennings.
After I first assumed responsibility as our Director of Football, I loaned Marek out to Rotherham for two seasons to gain experience in goal with the hope that he’d return home and join our First Team, as he has, and he’s made a tremendous positive impact on the squad since his return.”