Bradford City have confirmed that James Meredith has signed a new contract with the club.
The 26-year old Australian defender has put pen to a two-year extension which will see him remain with the League One outfit until the summer of 2017.
Left-back Meredith, who joined the Bantams from York City in 2012, has been an integral part of Phil Parkinson's side that went on a glorious FA Cup run to the quarter-finals and currently sit just two points out of a promotion play-off spot.
"I'm delighted to sign this deal. It is fantastic news for me," he told the club's official website.
"I am pleased to get this deal signed before the summer break so I can concentrate on our final games of the season.
"It is a good club to be at and I want to achieve more success here.
"The memories from our cup runs and our promotion from League Two are ones that will stay with us all forever.
"After being here three seasons, I want to continue being here for the long term."
James putting pen to paper on his new Bantams deal at the Coral Windows Stadium this afternoon pic.twitter.com/ihMIEeyirx — Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) March 30, 2015
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