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Patrick Kisnorbo has been rewarded with a contract extension by Leicester City.
The Australia international linked up with The Foxes 12 months ago from Hearts and impressed during his debut season in The Championship.
He was converted from a midfielder into a centre half and has now had his contract topped up by a further year.
Kisnorbo is now tied to The Walkers Stadium until 2009 and he is honoured to have been offered the new terms by Leicester.
"It's a big endorsement from the club to be handed a new deal less than 12 months after signing your old one and I'm very humbled by the gesture," Kisnorbo told the club's official website.
The 25-year-old had been linked with a summer exit from Leicester, with Wigan Athletic rumoured to have held an interest.
Those fears should now be allayed after Kisnorbo pledged his future to The Foxes, who will be aiming to bid for promotion this season.
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David Nugent's 12th goal of the season was enough to see off Burnley as Leicester won 1-0 at Turfmoor on Saturday.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson conceded the result was more important than the performance after the 1-0 win over Burnley.
The top three in the Championship all won, while Barnsley dropped to the bottom of the table.
Leicester have apparently agreed a deal with Championship rivals Blackpool to sign Alex Baptiste in January.