Burnley player signs new two-year deal

Burnley goalkeeper Alex Cisak has put pen to paper on a new deal.

Burnley have announced that Alex Cisak has signed a new two-year deal with the club.

The goalkeeper signed for Sean Dyche’s team in the summer of 2013, after his Oldham Athletic contract ended. Prior to that, the Australian played for Leicester City, Oxford, Tamworth, Accrington and Portsmouth.

Now 25, the ‘keeper has penned a new deal that will keep him at Turf Moor until at least the summer of 2016.

Cisak is currently second-choice to Burnley stopper Tom Heaton, and having signed a new deal he will be hoping to earn more chances in due course.

After making his debut against Brighton & Hove Albion last season, Cisak also featured against Preston North End in the League Cup campaign, keeping a clean-sheet in a 2-0 win.

When Dyche first brought the player to Burnley, he said, “He is someone who wants to improve and most of all wants to be number one.”

In time, with a new deal in place and Premier League starts to fight for, he may do just that.

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