Bolton winger Lee signs new deal

25 November 2010 11:17
Bolton's South Korean international winger Lee Chung-yong has signed a contract extension that is set to keep him at the club until 2013.The 24-year-old joined from FC Seoul in summer 2009 and made 27 league starts in his debut season, scoring four goals, before playing in the World Cup. [LNB]"We have signed Lee on a contract extension," said manager Owen Coyle. [LNB]"It is great news for the club that such a talented player will be here for a long time." [LNB]Lee has started all 14 Premier League games for Bolton this season, scoring two goals, and follows team-mates Fabrice Muamba, Stuart Holden and Danny Ward in signing contract extensions.[LNB] Your reaction to this news "These extensions show we are looking to build a club," added Coyle. [LNB]"I am very forward thinking in trying to improve and help these young players on our journey. [LNB]"With the talent he has Lee is getting better day by day and I am thrilled he has signed up. [LNB]"What I am wary of is we do not burn him out as he has played two years without a break. He managed to have three weeks off after the World Cup, that's all."

Source: BBC_Sport