Bristol City have announced on their official website via BBC Sport that Joe Bryan, Wes Burns and Bobby Reid have all committed their futures to the club for the foreseeable future, all signing two year deals.
A regular in the first team last season, midfielder Bryan totalled twenty eight appearances for the club, scoring his first goal in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy grudge match against Bristol Rovers in September.
Welsh U-21 striker Burns, who is eighteen has totalled thirty appearances since his switch from Cardiff in 2012, scoring a single goal.
Reid however is currently the clubs longest serving player having played at City since 2011. The twenty one year old Bristolian has moved through the youth setup at the club, he has found first team football hard to come by and moved on loan to Cheltenham and Oldham respectively to gain first team football.
Speaking about the three players committing their futures to the club, director of football Keith Burt said: “This will give the three players a tremendous boost in confidence. They’ve done exceptionally well coming through the system here at Bristol City. Now they have to go and push on further.”