Mark Stoneman, Ben Foakes, Jason Roy and Tom Curran sign Surrey contracts extensions
Last Updated: 28/10/17 12:18pm
Mark Stoneman, Ben Foakes, Jason Roy and Tom Curran have all signed extended contracts with Surrey.
The quartet are now all committed to the county for at least another three years as they head into the winter thinking about representing England in Australia.
Stoneman and Foakes are in England's squad for the Ashes series, while Roy and Curran could be involved in one-day international and Twenty20 squads for the limited overs part of the tour, which are yet to be confirmed.
Opener Stoneman made his Test debut this summer against the Windies, and he said: "I am delighted to have extended my contract. It is a fantastic place to play cricket and I have thoroughly enjoyed my first season with the club.
"I believe over the next few years I can be part of a successful period in Surrey CCC's history."
Foakes was one of the leading wicketkeepers in England last summer, with his form earning him an Ashes call to back-up likely starter Jonny Bairstow.
He added: "I am thrilled to have signed an extension that sees me at the Kia Oval until 2020. I am grateful for this opportunity to extend my future at Surrey because I have enjoyed my first three years here greatly.
"I am looking forward to continuing the good things we have done here as a group and pushing on to become as successful as we possibly can."
Curran, whose brother Sam is also a Surrey regular, was also an England debutant over the summer, making his T20 bow against South Africa and also going on to represent the ODI side against the Windies.
He said: "This is my home and where I want to be playing my cricket. It's an exciting, young group and to be a part of that is an exciting time for myself personally and the club."
Hard-hitting batsman Roy spent much of his summer with England, limiting his county appearances, but he was still able to contribute 350 runs during the NatWest T20 Blast.
And he said: "I am delighted to sign for a club that is so close to my heart. We now have a huge few years ahead and hopefully I can contribute to this great club winning some silverware."
Surrey had recently announced contract extensions for youngsters Ryan Patel, Gus Atkinson, Will Jacks, Conor McKerr, Ollie Pope, Amar Virdi and experienced bowlers Stuart Meaker and Jade Dernbach, who are also under contract until 2020.