Irish youngster Shane Flynn has earned a new long-term contract with Premier League high-flyers Leicester City.
The 19-year-old full-back joined the Foxes academy in the summer of 2018 and has been a regular for their reserve side in Premier League 2.
Another good experience tonight in Prague with the first team 🚶 pic.twitter.com/dBOfqW0W9y
— Shane Flynn (@shaneacflynn) February 18, 2021
Flynn, who was previously at St Joseph's Boys and Bray, was part of Leicester's match-day squads in the Europa League this season and was also among the subs for their Premier League clash with Brighton.
In addition to his 18 appearances for Leicester's development team, he also scored the equaliser against Salford City in their EFL Trophy third-round victory.
“Very happy to have signed a new deal with the club! A big thank you to everyone who has helped and supported me along the way," the Dubliner wrote on twitter of his new deal.
Very happy to have signed a new deal with the club! A big thank you to everyone who has helped and supported me along the way🦊🙌🏻 https://t.co/3r52PCGsMC
— Shane Flynn (@shaneacflynn) March 17, 2021
Promising young defender Shane Flynn has signed a new deal with #lcfc 🦊📝
— Leicester City (@LCFC) March 17, 2021