West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian has penned a new two year contract with the club, according to Talksport.
The Spaniard has committed himself to the East London club until 2017, with the option for that to be extended by a further two years.
Adrian moved to Upton Park from Real Betis in the summer of 2013, and has since racked up seventy-six appearances in all competitions.
As well as playing twenty-six times for Betis’ first team, the 28 year old has had loan spells with Alcala and Utrera while his only international appearance came for the non-FIFA affiliated Andalusia.
He has made four league appearances under new Hammers manager Slaven Bilic with his only clean sheet of the campaign coming in their shock opening day victory at Arsenal.
West Ham, who currently sit third in the Premier League, travel to bottom of the table Sunderland on Saturday afternoon with the away win priced at 7/5.