Southampton winger Moussa Djenepo has signed a three-year contract extension with the Premier League club, taking him to 2025.
The 24-year-old has been with the St. Mary’s Stadium team since 2019, when he arrived from Standard Liege in Belgium.
He has played 74 times for the Saints, scoring four goals, while his versatility have earned him plaudits from boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Hasenhuttl told the club’s website: “Moussa is a very popular player in the dressing room and we are very happy he has decided to stay with us.
“He is a fantastic character who works hard to improve his game and always puts the team first, as we have seen with the number of different positions he has played for the club over many years.”
Djenepo added: “I’m happy. I’m happy because it is proof of the club’s trust in me, so I say thank you for everything.
“It’s the team I want to grow up with and learn more, and I will give my best to do everything for the club.”