Seamer Matthew Dunn has committed his future to Surrey by signing a one-year extension that prolongs his contract until the end of the 2014 season.
Dunn burst onto the scene in 2011 with five second-innings wickets in victory over hosts Derbyshire at the County Ground on LV= County Championship debut.
However, Surrey’s strong bowling stocks meant the 20-year-old made just one more championship appearance that season and one this year when he continued to represent Surrey’s second XI and Normandy Cricket Club in Guildford.
Dunn, who is yet to make a senior limited-overs appearance, told Surrey’s website: “I am very pleased to have agreed another year on my contract. 2013 is an exciting time for Surrey and I really look forward to contributing on all fronts to what I hope will be a hugely successful year.”
Surrey team director Chris Adams added: “Matt is a very exciting young talent and I am delighted that he has committed his future to Surrey. We all know his future potential and I very much look forward to working with him to achieve this.”