Hampshire bowler Jack Campbell has signed a contract to stay at the club until the end of the 2023 season.
The 23-year-old featured in their first-class game against a Sri Lanka development team and their One Day Cup campaign last term.
Campbell claimed 17 wickets at an average of 21.76 in the time-limit competition.
“I’m absolutely buzzing – I was over the moon when I signed the contract,” he told the club website.
“The coaches here are really good at learning.”
Campbell, from Portsmouth, came through the Hampshire age group and academy.
When he turned 18, he moved to Newcastle and played for Durham, while attending Durham University, and was called up to the England Under-19 team.
The left-arm bowler says he can’t wait to be blocked at the Ageas Bowl this season: “The goal is to play as much in the first team [cricket] as possible.
“I also want to play over-50 competitions, but aim for the T20 and the County Championship – April and March can’t come soon enough.”