Robert Snodgrass has signed a one-year contract extension at West Ham United, with his deal now taking him through until 2021.

The new deal also contains an option for the Scotland international to extend his stay for a further 12 months.

Snodgrass surpassed the 50-appearance mark for the Hammers during the 2018/19 campaign whilst also scoring four goals and assisting a further nine.

Speaking to the club website, Snodgrass said: “I’m delighted to commit my future to this great club. Sometimes you get a chance to play for that one club that’s special, going through that special time, and I believe at this moment that’s West Ham. We’re trying our best to keep progressing and keep moving forward.

“They’re building something special here. For me, it’s about trying to build on last season. Trying to get more goals and more assists and trying to be the best teammate I can.”

The midfielder arrived at the London Stadium in January 2017 from Hull City but spent the 2017/18 season on loan in the Championship with Aston Villa, who he helped to reach the play-off final.

Returning to the club, he impressed new manager Manuel Pellegrini and appeared 38 times for the club last season, establishing himself in the boss’ first-team plans.