Egypt full-back Ahmed Elmohamady has signed a new three-year contract extension with his Premier League club Hull City.
"I'm delighted and pleased to be here for another three years," Elmohamady told the club's website on Thursday.
His existing contract expires next week but has now agreed to terms to remain with the Tigers until 2019.
"I've been here for four years now and it has been a great four years. My mind is now on the next three years with this club and the fans, and the big challenge ahead.
The 28-year-old player who joined the Tigers initially on loan from Sunderland in 2012 before he moved permanently, played 51 matches last season to help them be promoted through the Championship play-offs final victory over Sheffield.
"We're back in the Premier League now and we can't wait to get started again."
More than any other play in the side, Elmohamady has made a total of 180 appearances for City.
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