Nigerian-born former Arsenal attacker Chuks Aneke on Thursday extended his contract to two years with English League two side MK Dons.
The 24-year-old had a season to forget last season due to injury and failed to play under coach Karl Robinson who signed him, but burst into life under interim gaffer Richie Barker.
But after only 18 appearances, he
suffered another injury in February – a hamstring tear which ruled him out not only of the rest of the season, but has kept him out so far in this campaign too.
He resumed training this week and is excited with his extension.
“I’m buzzing to sign,” he told iFollow MK Dons.
“I’ve been here for a year and the support I’ve received from everyone has been top class. I’m excited to be a part of things and see where we can go.
“Rehab is going really well and I trained
yesterday, which was unbelievable for me as it was the first time in five months.
“I need to take it step by step as I want to be back and stay fit. I want to prove myself over a longer period of the season – that’s my focus for this season,” he stated.