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Skysports.com understands Gabriel Agbonlahor has signed a new contract to stay at Aston Villa until 2015.
Agbonlahor has come through the youth ranks at Villa and is currently the longest-serving player at the club.
Villa were keen to tie down the striker to a new long-term deal and terms have been agreed to extend Agbonlahor's contract for a further four-and-a-half years.
The 24-year-old has struggled with injury this season, but he made a successful return in the midweek win over Blackpool.
News of his new deal will come as a massive boost to Villa ahead of this weekend's home clash with Manchester United, live on Sky Sports HD1& 1.
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