Nnamdi Ofoborh has agreed to a contract extension with Swindon Town after impressing during the final weeks of last season.

The midfielder has put pen to paper to sign up for next season in Mark Kennedy’s side, extending his stay having finished last season with Town.

The 24-year-old joined in March having not played a competitive game for three years, but after making his debut off the bench against Notts County on Good Friday, Ofoborh would start the remaining six games of the season.

Those appearances included a man of the match display away against Barrow in April, in which his midfield display helped Swindon to their first away win of the year and a first clean sheet on the road since September.

Speaking to club media upon signing his new contract, Ofoborh said: "I'm thankful to Jesus Christ for this opportunity, these are things that I've prayed for and I'm just grateful for the club to give me this platform and home to become mine.

"Building on last season, I hope I can help the team and the squad grow as much as possible. The fans last season were amazing, particularly the away support. We need to give the fans so much more to cheer about and that's the plan for me.

"Next season is going to be all about a new book, a new chapter, and with the new faces joining us at the club alongside the new manager, we can use this to push us in the right direction next season."

The midfielder came through the ranks at AFC Bournemouth, making three senior appearances at the Vitality Stadium, and also spent time on loan at Wycombe Wanderers, where he would help the Chairboys to promotion to the Championship via the playoffs denying Oxford United in the process, before earning a move North to Rangers, but unfortunately swelling on his heart prevented him from playing at all at Ibrox.

Ofoborh has also represented Nigeria internationally, being part of their Under-20 World Cup squad in 2019, making three appearances as the Flying Eagles made it to the knockout stage, where he would start in the defeat against Senegal.

Kennedy said: "I’m delighted that Nnamdi has signed a contract with Swindon Town. I've watched his games back from last season and I’m really looking forward to working with him as he brings not only a physical presence to the team but technical quality too."