Norwich midfielder Tom Trybull has signed a contract extension with the club, meaning the German will stay at the club until 2021.

The new three and a half year deal was signed after Trybull only signed a one year contract after joining the Canaries in the Summer from Dutch side Ado Den Haag.

Trybull has been a key man for City this season. The German starts most weeks, and his work rate and passing ability have been outstanding in the centre of midfield.

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Speaking of the extension, the player told Canaries.co.uk that; “It was a very easy decision to sign a new contract and I’m really happy.”

“I was appreciative of the chance the club gave me in the summer and I want to pay something back. I’m really thankful for the chance, and the faith Daniel Farke and Stuart Webber have shown in me.”

City boss Daniel Farke added that;  “It’s brilliant news as Tom has been one of our outstanding players this season.

“We have a really good relationship and he feels at home here. From the first day he joined, he’s had an outstanding working attitude.”