Jodi Jones has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal at Coventry City, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2022.
Jones has been unable to make an impact for Coventry since 2017/18, scoring five goals and registering six assists in 19 League Two appearances as the Sky Blues started the season strongly and went on to win promotion via the play-offs.
Jones ruptured his cruciate ligament in November 2017, and after being sidelined for a year, he sustained another crushing ligament injury in November 2018.
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The winger picked up a devastating third ligament injury at the start of this season, meaning that he has only made 12 appearances since November 2017.
But with his contract originally set to run out in the summer, Coventry have shown faith in Jones and have given him a new one-year deal, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2022.
Jones has now reacted to the news on Instagram, speaking of his delight after penning a new deal.
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It has been a horrible few years for Jones who has been so desperately unlucky with injuries.
To suffer two ligament injuries is just horrific, but when things started to look good again, he picked up a third.
It must have taken such a toll on him mentally, so Coventry deserve credit for the way they have stuck by him and offered him a new deal.
He will be so desperate to get out there and make the most of missing these last few years.