England limited-overs seamer Harry Gurney has committed his future to Nottinghamshire by signing a new three-year deal.
The 27-year-old, whose contract was set to expire at the end of the season, has become an integral part at Trent Bridge since arriving from Leicestershire for the 2012 campaign.
Gurney said: “Since joining Nottinghamshire three years ago my career has progressed significantly and I owe Mick Newell and Wayne Noon a huge debt of gratitude.
“I’m delighted to commit to such a special club for another three years and excited about winning some more trophies for our loyal fans.”
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Gurney has taken 56 wickets in all formats this season for Nottinghamshire, who continue to challenge in LV= County Championship Division One and the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Notts director of cricket Mick Newell added: “Harry has taken massive strides forwards during his time with us and we’re very pleased to have tied him down for the peak years of his career.
“It’s very important to have players in the squad who can play regularly in all formats and I see Harry in a group of players that can form our senior bowling group in the years ahead.”