VfB Stuttgart centre-back Marcin Kaminski has committed to a three-year contract extension after becoming a regular starter for the club.
The 26-year-old joined the Bundesliga outfit in 2016 on a free transfer from Polish side Lech Poznan and has made 16 league appearances this term, helping the Swabians to seven clean sheets.
Stuttgart sporting director Michael Reschke told the club’s official website: “We are delighted about securing an early extension to our deal with Marcin Kaminski. Marcin has confirmed his sporting qualities on several occasions and he is a vitally important element of our squad.
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“Aside from that, he is also a great guy, with a very professional attitude and a mentality which perfectly suits VfB and our ambitious goals.”
Reds head coach Tayfun Korkut added: “In the short time I’ve been here, I’ve come to know and appreciate Marcin as an absolutely reliable professional, who is always willing to implement his qualities in every situation for the good of the team.
“We know just what we have in Marcin and we are extremely happy to be continuing our cooperation.”
Upon signing his new deal, Kaminski said: “I am delighted that I will be continuing with VfB into the future. Within the team and the club, as well as here in the city, I feel very much at home.
“The club’s ambitious targets in the coming years very much tally with my own and I want to be a part of a successful future at VfB.”