Demari Gray has put pen to paper on a new four-year contract with Leicester City, according to Sky Sports.
The news comes days after the winger put in a man-of-the-match performance as the Foxes beat struggling Everton by two goals to nil, with the former Birmingham City man creating one goal and scoring the second.
The twenty-one year old had been linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium during the summer, with Bournemouth one of the clubs looking to secure his services though he remained with the East Midlands outfit, who he joined in January 2016.
He made twelve league appearances helping the Foxes clinch an unlikely Premier League title in his first campaign with the club.
However, eleven of those outings came as a substitute, as did over two thirds of his league appearances last season plus all but two this campaign though he has done his chances no harm after being selected to start in Claude Puel’s first match in charge.
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