ADAM LYTH has signed a new contract with Yorkshire, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2025 season.

Lyth has spent his entire carer at Yorkshire, having made his first-team debut for the White Rose in 2006.

The opening batter has made over 475 appearances for the club, scoring over 19,000 runs, including over 12,000 in first-class cricket.

The 34-year-old earned seven Test caps for England in 2015, having won back-to-back County Championship titles in 2014 and 2015.

Lyth said: “I’m delighted to sign a contract extension with Yorkshire and am excited to be part of this team for at least the next three years.

“Yorkshire is my home club and I take great pride in representing them.

“With such a talented squad I believe we can really challenge for silverware over the next few years and would love to secure another trophy in front of our fantastic supporters.

“On a personal level, I’ve been pleased with how my batting has gone over the last few years and believe I’ve got a lot more runs to score across all formats.”

Yorkshire interim managing director of cricket Darren Gough said: “It’s fantastic to have Adam Lyth contracted with us for another three years.

“He was a young player at Yorkshire when I was in the final few years of my playing career and I remember thinking what a talent he was back then.

“It’s fair to say he’s gone on to have a marvellous career so far, proving himself to be one of the best multi-format batters in the country and his performances this year have shown that he’s still got a lot of runs left in the tank.

“His impact on the team as a senior player is so important and I’m confident he will play his part in helping us to bring some silverware back to Headingley in the next few years.”