Wycombe's Matt Bloomfield awarded new one-year deal

Wycombe's longest-serving player Matt Bloomfield has signed a new one-year deal with the League Two club.

The 29-year-old midfielder has played 289 games in nine-and-a-half years for the Chairboys and has been awarded a testimonial season for 2013-14.

"I've grown up here, I love my football and I love life away from the game around here," he told the club website. 

"I'm proud and honoured to have been able to have spent 10 years at one place, it's a big deal."

Bloomfield, who started his career at Ipswich Town and played one game before joining Wycombe, has missed the majority of this season with a hip injury and is currently undergoing rehabilitation.

"You're a little bit forgotten in football when you're not playing, but I've had messages of support from fans and everyone around the club and they have kept me going at times when it has been pretty hard," said Bloomfield, who is also a BBC Sport columnist.

"The fans' support during my time at the club and especially during the last eight months has been pretty pivotal in me being able to fight against this injury and look forward to next year.

"I'm looking forward to pre-season, probably more than anyone else in the squad and I'm hoping to be out there with the boys on the first day."