England U21 international goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has officially signed a new long-term contract with Bournemouth according to Sky Sports.
Ramsdale has been a prominent feature for Bournemouth having started every Premier League match played this season.
The 21-year-old was reportedly thrilled with his performance on Saturday after he kept his first clean sheet for the Cherries after they played to a 0-0 draw against Norwich City at the Vitality Stadium.
He told the club's official website: "I've put in a lot of hard work on and off the pitch to get to this position.
"It's been a relatively short space of time but I have had two good, different loan spells and am now seeing the benefits of that hard work in the Premier League each week."
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe added: "I'm very pleased that Aaron has been rewarded for his impressive start to the season.
"He has matured a lot over the last year or so and has taken superbly to the challenge of playing every week, whether that was on loan at Chesterfield and Wimbledon, or here this season.
"Aaron is a very talented goalkeeper who is at an important stage of his career and his development, and I'm delighted that he has pledged his future to us."
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