Kiwi striker Chris Wooden has prolonged his stick with English Premier League aspect Burnley, signing on with the membership on a long-term deal.
The extension will see the 27-year-old stay with the membership till June 2023, indicating the worth the membership sees in his as part of their long-term long run.
Wooden joined Burnley in 2017 after a three-year stint with Leeds United wherein he scored 41 targets in 83 appearances.
Since making the transfer to Turf Moor for a the-club report price reportedly round £15 million (NZ$30 million) and has scored 24 targets in 71 appearances within the maroon and blue.
“It is great to have the 2 years underneath my belt and to be settled and glad the place I’m and now it is about pushing ahead and doing even higher.
“It feels precisely like house. It is a great base and it is a great settled position for me,” Wooden stated.
“I have not in reality settled down in the past at golf equipment. I believe two-and-a-half is the utmost I have been at a membership so optimistically to be right here for 4, 5, six, seven years can be pretty.
“I’m more than happy to have it signed and having a look ahead to the long run.”
It wasn’t simply Wooden who used to be rewarded with a long-term deal, with the membership additionally conserving the products and services of placing spouse Ashley Barnes. They have mixed to attain 41 top-flight targets between them of their first two seasons as a partnership with the Clarets.
“We see Burnley as a membership to be within the Premier League for a protracted time period and that’s the reason the place we wish to be,” Wooden stated.
“We wish to be enjoying soccer within the Premier League for the remainder of our careers and optimistically it is right here with Burnley.”