Central defender Adam Webster has signed a new five-year contract with Brighton and Hove Albion, the club said this morning (Monday 2 August).
The Sussex-born centre-back has made 60 Premier League appearance for Brighton since he joined from Bristol City in 2019, scoring four goals.
Head coach Graham Potter said: “Adam has been a really important figure for us on and off the pitch so I am delighted to see him commit to the project we have here.
“Adam was one of the first players to sign after I joined the club two years ago and I am delighted with his development in that time.
“He has captained the team on a few occasions which is a real testament to his qualities.
“We’re looking forward now to seeing him continue his fantastic form from last season into the new campaign.”
The 26-year-old began his career with Portsmouth, where he broke through into the first team squad under Steve Cotterill.
He made 81 appearances for Pompey and had a loan spell at Aldershot before joining Ipswich Town in 2016.
Albion said: “He spent two years at Portman Road before the Robins secured his signature in 2018 where he remained for a year before joining Albion.
“His two seasons with Albion have seen him play a key role in Graham Potter’s defence, as well as contributing up the other end with goals against Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, Arsenal and more recently in the 3-2 win over Manchester City at the Amex.”
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