Defender Tyrone Mings has committed his future to Bournemouth by signing a new long-term contract.
The club haven’t revealed how long the deal is.
“It was an easy decision for me because I’m very settled down here,” Mings told the club’s official website.
“The first two years of my time wasn’t an easy one, with trying to get in the team and getting injured on my debut.
“But I came out of it the other end, had a bit of a run in the team last year and feel like I am in a good place now.
“I’m over the moon to be staying.”
Mings has featured twice so far this season, playing in the Carabao Cup tie at Birmingham and the Premier League match at home to Manchester City.
He becomes the latest player to extend his stay with Bournemouth following new deals for Steve Cook, Harry Arter, Adam Smith and Dan Gosling.