Tim Ream has been rewarded for his fabulous form at Fulham this season with a new contract.

The American defender, who scored his first Premier League goal in this afternoon’s win at Crystal Palace, has played every minute of the Whites’ top flight campaign this term and has agreed a twelve month contract extension at Craven Cottage.

The new deal will keep the 35 year-old, who also played every minute of his country’s World Cup campaign last month, in SW6 until at least the summer of 2024.

The St. Louis native told FFCTV tonight:

I feel the best I’ve ever felt, as confident as I’ve ever been. To extend it another 12 months into 2024 is a proud moment for myself and my family. I’m happy to continue on this journey with the club, the fans and all the guys in the changing room.

It was an easy decision for me. I obviously have a young family who are very much settled, and I’m very much settled on the pitch, settled in the changing room and, with this group, the sky’s the limit.

It’s such a good group of guys, a wonderful club. The connection with the fans is stronger than it’s ever been at this moment. A no-brainer for me.”