Swansea City midfielder Nathan Dyer has pledged his future the club by putting pen to paper on a new four-year contract at the Liberty Stadium, the Mail Online understands.
The 25 year old, who netted twice in the Swans 5-0 Carling Cup final victory over Bradford City, had a year remaining on his previous deal, but was delighted to have committed himself to the South Wales club until 2017.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez had been linked with a return for the man who he took to Swansea in 2009, though the new deal ends any speculation that Dyer will move on.
The former Southampton man has won many plaudits during his time in Wales, first gaining promotion in 2011 before landing the man of the match trophy in the clubs biggest ever game at Wembley back in February, form that saw him briefly touted for a full international call-up for England.
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