West Bromwich Albion keeper Luke Daniels has penned a new two-year deal to keep him at The Hawthorns until June 2015, reports the club's official website. The 25-year-old stopper has provided able back-up to Ben Foster and Boaz Myhill this term, making the Baggies' Barclays Premier League bench 11 times.

Sporting & Technical Director (Designate) Richard Garlick said: "I'm delighted Luke has agreed to sign a new deal.

"He has shown great loyalty to the club since he joined our Academy as a youngster and has developed into a very promising goalkeeper.

"He is an important part of what has become a strong goalkeeper department at the club and he continues to progress well under the guidance of Dean Kiely."