The 26-year-old has made 60 appearances for the East Anglian side since arriving on a free transfer from Dutch side Den Haag during August 2017, and has now committed until the summer of 2022.
Last season, the former Germany youth international made 31 appearances in the Championship - 22 of which were starts - as he helped Daniel Farke's side secure promotion to the Premier League as champions.
The news of Trybull committing his future to the top-flight new-boys was largely well received amongst the Norwich fanbase on the social media platform, with some appearing a little surprised:
Yesssss. I’ll take that— Norwich City HQ (@norwichcityhq) July 11, 2019
not who i expected but oh well let’s rave— James (@KloseFC) July 11, 2019
give us another— . (@jackyaboii) July 11, 2019
Brilliant stuff— Kris Gunns (@loodofsquit) July 11, 2019
We want max!— BMG NOMAD (@BMGNOMAD) July 11, 2019
Didn’t expect tommy— deggzy (@derekwear) July 11, 2019
mario next— (@JadNCFC) July 11, 2019
Absolutely fantastic. Proper player!— Tants (@Tants7) July 11, 2019
One of the best ball winning midfielders in our history probably! Proper tough tackler, so I'm happy with that! His ankles must be in bits after some matches— Curtis Furness (@Curtis_furness) July 11, 2019
Numerous key members of Norwich's Championship-winning team, including Christoph Zimmermann, Emiliano Buendia, Teemu Pukki, Marco Stiepermann, Onel Hernandez, Ben Godfrey, Kenny McLean and Tim Krul have all penned new deals at Carrow Road.
Max Aarons is reported to have agreed a new deal (The Telegraph) but it is yet to be officially confirmed by the club, while Mario Vrancic is yet to pen a new contract, his current deal lasting until the end of next season (Transfermarkt).
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