Col U TV has announced that Tommy Smith has signed a new deal to stay longer at the U's.
The experienced defender still had a year left on is contract, but has put pen to paper on a new one that takes him to the summer of 2023.
Smith joined the U's after spending pre-season with the squad twelve months ago, and went on to be a regular in the back four across the 20/21 campaign.
His games for the U's saw him tick over 400 career appearances, including over sixty across the pond for Colorado Rapids.
When speaking to Col U TV, he was pleased to have extended his time at the U's and said he was looking for a much improved season in 2021/22.
"I'm delighted to get it done and be committed to the club for another two years, it was always something I was looking to do."
"It was a difficult year last season, but I know what the owner and Chairman is trying to do with the club and it excites me.
"We don't want to be there again, we've got ambitions of pushing towards the top seven. Today is the start of that."