Dagenham & Redbridge defender Abu Ogogo has agreed a new three-year deal with the club.

Since switching to the Daggers from Arsenal in 2009 he has become a mainstay in the side, playing in defence and midfield.

Despite only being 22 years old, Ogogo has already made 120 appearances for Dagenham, scoring on four occasions.

Daggers boss John Still told the club’s official website: "Abs has obviously been an established player here and we've seen his performances continue to grow over the years.

"He's also grown as a person and with his contract coming to an end we were negotiating for a while and we're delighted that he's signed another three years here.

"I also think that he has become what a lot of people have become in the past and that is a true Dagger."