Swindon Town defender Mathieu Baudry has signed a two-year contract extension. 

The French centre back joined the club at the start of the season and was a key part of the squad as the club marched to the League Two title, captaining the side in the absence of fellow defender Dion Conroy. 

He made 26 appearances and helped keep nine clean sheets.

This new deal will keep Baudry at the club until June 2022. 

After signing the contract, the 32-year-old said: "I'm delighted to sign a new deal with the club, be here for the next two years and try to help build something special. 

"This season I've seen the potential with the support that this club has got and it's unbelievable. 

"We need that support next season because it's going to be tough but we've got a great manager, a great staff and a great core of young players. 

"With the fans' support, anything can happen. 

"Personally, I feel like I've got a lot more to show than last season so I'm working already to prepare. 

"We've seen what can happen to teams that are newly-promoted - teams like Luton, Bournemouth, Wycombe are trying to do it now where they go back-to-back.

"It's going to be interesting and I'm just excited to get back, celebrate our title with the fans and create more memories. 

"I can't wait to see everyone back at the County Ground."