Ramon Nunez has put pen to paper on a new contract that will see him remain a Leeds player until at least 2015.
The Honduras international, who operates as attacking midfielder has the option to extend his deal by a further year. The 25-year-old has struggled with his form of late, but had a solid start to the campaign netting five goals in ten games.
Speaking on the Leeds United official site, Nunez said: " I'm delighted. Leeds is the club that gave me an opportunity and I'm happy here. It's all about concentrating on my football and working hard to get into the team. Obviously getting in the Premier League is the goal of everybody here. We certainly have enough good players to do that."
Both Tom Lees and Nunez have now signed new deals at Elland Road, with hopefully many more to come in the near future.
Nunez started the season on fire with many fans thinking he could replace Max Gradel with ease. However Nunez has looked poor of late, but with his future sorted lets hope his form improves and he can score many more goals for the Whites.
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