Fulham of England midfielder, Josh Onomah has been rewarded with a new contract by The Cottagers, with vastly improved trappings in his latest contract at Craven Cottage, which comes in appreciation of his efforts in helping the club back to the English Premier League.
Megasportsarena.com reports that Onomah put up some breathtaking performances and added a couple of goals to the bargain, as Fulham successfully prosecuted the regular season and promotion play-offs in the English Championship last term, which has ostensibly led them into granting the player a new contract.
The new deal for Onomah comes alongside that for vastly-improved defender, Joe Bryan, who also helped Fulham win promotion last season by scoring twice in their Championship play-off final victory over Brentford Town.
A report by British tabloid, Daily Mail added: “Fulham left-back Joe Bryan has signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2023. Fulham have also handed new contracts to Belgian full-back Denis Odoi and English midfielder Josh Onomah.
“The newly-promoted side were comfortably beaten 3-0 by Arsenal in their opening game of the Premier League season. Bryan, Odoi and Onomah all featured at Craven Cottage as goals from Alexandre Lacazette, Gabriel and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang secured victory for the Gunners.”
Bryan told Fulham’s website: “I’m obviously delighted to commit a couple more years to the club. We’re in the Premier League now so it’s nice to be able to give myself more time to develop and prove myself as a Premier League player.
“We came together as a team last year and it was nice to be able to repay a bit of the faith that the club and supporters have shown in me during my time here, by helping the club back into this league.”