Charlie Taylor has signed a new long-term contract with Burnley.

The Clarets left back has put pen to paper until June 2024, becoming the latest player to sign fresh terms after strike partners Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood.

The 26-year-old, who has regained his place in the side from summer signing Erik Pieters, is hoping to build further on his breakthrough season in the Premier League last time around.

“I’m delighted. I feel it’s a very stable club. It’s been in the Premier League now for a few years,” said Taylor, who joined from Leeds in the summer of 2017.

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time here so far and I’m looking forward to the next few years ahead.

“The next few years are hopefully the peak years of my career. I’ve signed up to Burnley to spend them here and hopefully the best years are to come.

“Ever since I made my debut in the Premier League I’ve wanted to stay here. I think once you have a taste of the Premier League you don’t want to go anywhere else.

“We have been in the Premier League since I arrived and that’s where I want to stay.”

Taylor, whose existing deal was due to run until 2021, has made 63 appearances in all competitions for the Clarets, being involved in every Premier League game for Sean Dyche last season having moved ahead of Stephen Ward in the pecking order.

He has been made to wait his turn this season though, an injury in pre-season and the form of former Stoke City man Pieters meaning his return to the side for the 3-0 win over West Ham in the final game before the international break was his first league start of the campaign.

“I’ve said before that all any professional wants to do is play,” he said.

“It’s been frustrating at times, but it’s also been worth it.

“We have a very competitive squad, which bodes well for now and the future, and I’m delighted that I’m going to be part of it for the future.”