Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer has committed his future to the club by signing a new four-year deal.
The 25-year-old had one year left on his current deal but has agreed terms to extend his contract at the Liberty Stadium until July 2017.
"I've been here four years now and I wanted to stay at Swansea," said Dyer.
The Englishman, who joined on a permanent deal from Southampton in 2009, scored six times in 44 appearances.
He was named man of the match for his two goals in Swansea's 5-0 victory over Bradford in the Capital One Cup final last season.
"I didn't even think about going anywhere else, so it is nice to get it all sorted," he added.
Dyer was part of the Swansea side, under Michael Laudrup, who finished ninth in the Premier League last season and enjoyed his most impressive campaign at the Welsh club.
The former Saints winger will want to build upon last season and aim to fire Swansea in contention for a Europa League place next season.
To do that, the Swans have brought in Wilfried Bony to assist the impressive Michu in attack.
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