Nathan Dyer signs new four-year Swansea City contract

Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer has signed a new four-year contract.

The 28-year-old, who picked up a Premier League winner's medal during his loan spell at Leicester City last season, joined the club from Southampton in 2009.

Dyer, who had one year left on his previous contract, is the second Swansea player to commit to the club in as many days with Gylfi Sigurdsson also signing a new four-year deal.

"I was on loan last season and I had a good year at Leicester -- the experience I had was unbelievable -- but I'm happy to be back here at the club that first gave me the opportunity to show what I can do," he told the club's official website.

"Coming back, there was only one thought in my mind -- impress the new manager, speak to the chairman, get into the team and play games. I was going into the final year of my contract, so it was nice to sign a new deal.

"The new deal will keep me here until I finish. I have always seen myself being here. Once a Jack, always a Jack!"