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Cardiff City winger Kadeem Harris has signed a new two-year contract with the club to remain in the Welsh capital until 2019.
The 23-year-old blossomed under the guidance of Neil Warnock last season, playing 38 times in all competitions and scoring four goals.
However, with his old contract expiring at the end of the month, there were rumours Harris would leave the Bluebirds, but the former Wycombe man has committed his future to the club.
He said: “Last year I did finally get a chance to prove myself. There’s a lot more to come from me and I’m glad that I can now show what I can do.
“The manager has spoken to me personally and told me that he’s expecting more goals from me in future.
“I’m definitely going to be working on that. I’m thankful that he’s given me the chance and hopefully I can repay him.
“I’m delighted. I can officially say that I’m a Bluebird for a further two years.”
Cardiff CEO Ken Choo is also delighted, and told the club’s website: “Kadeem is one of our brightest young talents and we’re delighted to have secured his future at Cardiff City.
“He impressed last season and we’re hoping to see him continue his development over the next two years.”