Keeper pledges future
Swansea goalkeeper David Cornell has set his sights on forcing his way into the thoughts of Michael Laudrup after penning a new deal.
The highly-rated 21-year-old has signed a contract that will keep him at the Liberty Stadium for the next three years and during that time he is hoping to push his way into the picture for the first-team squad.
Cornell, who impressed when making 28 appearances while on loan at Hereford last season, was in the final year of his contract but the club moved quickly to tie him down.
The youngster is delighted it is sorted and is now looking forward to the challenge ahead.
"I'm very happy to have signed a new contract," said Cornell. "It gives me stability as I have the next three years to continue progressing here. It's also reassuring knowing that the club see something in me and believe that I can grow as a goalkeeper.
"But the hard work starts now for me. I want to become a bigger part of the manager's plans and I have to keep improving every day in order to do that."