Midfielder Elliot Bonds has committed his future to Cheltenham Town after agreeing a two-year contract extension with the Robins.
The Guyanese international now has a contract which keeps him at the club until 2025.
When speaking about his extension with the club, Bonds was delighted to continue his journey with Cheltenham.
"I'm really happy. It's been in the works for a while so I'm really glad it's done, and especially with the new season ahead the timing is perfect," he said.
"I'm looking forward to getting my head down and showing the fans and the manager what I'm capable of."
The additional two years offered by the club is something that Bonds really appreciated and he is looking to repay their faith.
"Due to the injuries, I've never really had that security. It's pleasing to see the club value me and now it's down to myself to put the work in on the pitch," said Bonds.
He missed last weekend's friendly against Cardiff City due to a minor injury, however the midfielder is set to feature against Birmingham City today.
Bonds, 22, briefly had a spell on loan at Cheltenham in 2020 before a serious anterior cruciate ligament injury.
He played only five matches that season, but the Robins saw enough from Bonds to sign him permanently in the summer of 2021. The ball winning midfielder was a key member last season where the club reached its highest ever finish in the English Football League.
Come and support Bonds and the team when they take on The Blues at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium. Tickets are on sale at the gate for the 7:45 KO tonight.