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England opening batsman Sam Robson has re-signed with Middlesex, which will keep him with the club until the end of 2016.
Robson, who had a decent summer with England, has nearly scored 4,000 runs since he joined Middlesex in 2008.
“I am delighted to sign a new contract with Middlesex, especially after what has been an incredible 12 months for me,” he said. “After scoring five centuries in six matches for the EPP and the Lions earlier in the year and then scoring my maiden Test century in my second Test, I am looking forward to building on this and am sure my best is yet to come.
“I am very grateful for the support Middlesex have given me over the last seven years and I look forward to continuing my career with this great club.”
Middlesex’s director of cricket, Angus Fraser, added: “I am naturally delighted that Sam continues to commit himself to Middlesex CCC. He is the sort of player any club would want to build their future around and we always enjoy having him in our team.
“During the past four years he has developed into a high quality cricketer and his consistent performances for Middlesex CCC were rightly rewarded with selection for England’s Test side.
“Everyone at the club is extremely proud of the fact that Middlesex has helped develop another England cricketer and the supporters of both these teams can look forward to him scoring lots of runs for them in the future.”