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Harrison Dunk in action for Cambridge United in the FA Cup against Newcastle United. Picture: Simon Lankester (54164848)
Harrison Dunk in action for Cambridge United in the FA Cup against Newcastle United. Picture: Simon Lankester (54164848)

Harrison Dunk has signed a new one-year contract with Cambridge United.

Following swiftly on from the news that club captain Greg Taylor had penned a one-year deal on Thursday, 31-year-old Dunk has put pen to paper to extend his stay at the U's to 12 seasons.

Dunk has made 430 appearances for the club, which places him fifth on the all-time list of United appearance makers.

“I am delighted,” Dunk said. “As soon as I knew the club were interested in renewing I jumped on it. Obviously the club are going in the right direction and has been for the past few years. It is amazing to be a part of it.

“Last year we rose to every challenge and stamped our mark on the league. We have got a really good squad and hopefully we can build on that next year.”

United head coach Mark Bonner said: “Harrison continues to do what Harrison does. His popularity among the supporters is obvious and I have often said how important such characters are to the team and environment.

“He has had a strong season on the pitch and is a reliable and consistent player that we need in the squad. I love his professionalism, resilience and bravery and I think his experience is invaluable to us.

“We look forward to seeing what next season has in store for him.”



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