(Reuters) - Bournemouth midfielder Dan Gosling has signed a new four-year deal to stay at the Premier League club until 2021.
Gosling joined Bournemouth from Newcastle United in 2014 and made over 90 appearances in three seasons as the team won promotion from the Championship in 2015 and finished 16th and ninth in their two seasons in the top flight.
"I've really enjoyed my three years here," Gosling told the club's official website on Sunday. (www.afcb.co.uk)
"It's gone so fast but I believe I've improved immensely, working with the manager and his coaching staff.
"My goal now is to be a mainstay in the side and keep adding to my game."
The 27-year-old was an integral part of Eddie Howe's team last season and the manager was happy to keep him at the club.
"He has great talent, huge energy and offers real quality to our midfield," said Howe. "Despite only being 27, Dan also has plenty of Premier League experience and that is crucial for a team that is still relatively new to the division."
Reporting by Aditi Prakash in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter Rutherford