James Anyon has put pen to paper on a new two-year contract with Sussex.
The seamer claimed 50 LV= County Championship wickets at a fine average of 28.64 as Sussex came third in Division One this season and has taken 178 in first-class cricket since joining the county at the start of the 2010 campaign.
He said: “I’m delighted to have signed for another two years as I’m really happy playing my cricket down here. We’ve got a really good squad together and I believe we’re capable of winning trophies.
“On a personal note I was pleased how the season went and hopefully I can help us to finish a couple of places higher in the championship next season.”
Professional cricket manager Mark Robinson added: “We’re delighted Jimmy has signed for the next two years. He had a very good year last year and is a top professional who has the potential to get better with every year.”