West Ham United keeper Krisztián Hegyi has signed a new three-year deal with the club.
The official site says that the Hungary U21 international goalkeeper, who initially joined West Ham United in May 2019, has extended his stay with the Irons until the summer of 2025.
On signing his new contract, Hegyi told West Ham TV: “I’m very happy to sign a new deal with West Ham United. I can’t wait to continue my journey here.
“I feel at home here. I live five minutes from the training ground, so I know the area, and I really like it. London is a really good city with a lot of things to do, so that’s a major plus for staying here a well.
“I shared the news with my family and they were obviously very happy. My Mum and Dad were buzzing for me and the rest of the family were as well. I’m very thankful for my family. They’ve always been behind me.
“I’m really thankful for my coaches as well because they always push me and I’m happy to continue to my work with them.
“I think this is a big moment, another step in my career. I can’t wait to continue my career with West Ham.”