Three players have signed new deals with Norwich City.
Full back Max Aarons (pictured right) has agreed a new contract, which will now keep him at Carrow Road until June 2023.
The Academy graduate only signed his first professional deal with the club earlier this year.
“I’m really happy as the club has shown their faith in me.
“To play me at 18-years-old, some managers wouldn’t have done that, so I can only thank the boss for that.
“It’s amazing, from last season with the Under-23s and now in the Championship it has been a big step, I’ve really enjoyed it and can’t wait to carry on.”
Louis Thompson - picture credited to Norwich City
The club say they're also delighted to announce that Louis Thompson has signed a new four-year deal.
He came back during pre-season after almost two years out injured, and has now extended his stay with the Canaries until June 2022, with a Club option to extend his contract further to June 2023.
Jamal Lewis has also signed a new deal with the Canaries, keeping him at Carrow Road until June 2023.
Lewis, 20, was made part of the first-team setup during City’s preparations for the 2017-18 season but unfortunately picked up an injury which ruled him out of the early stages of Daniel Farke’s first campaign in charge.
Jamal Lewis - picture credited to Norwich City