Reeves signs on at Griffin Park

Brentford midfielder Jake Reeves has committed his future to the League One club after signing a new two-year deal.

Last Updated: 10/04/13 at 15:06

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The 19-year-old, who has made six appearances for the Bees since rejoining from a loan spell at AFC Wimbledon, will remain with Uwe Rosler's side until 2015.

And the Academy graduate, who has played 18 times in total for Brentford, is hoping to become a first-team regular in the coming years.

"It is good to get my future sorted," the teenager told Bees Player. "I was always going to sign. I have been on the bench quite a lot this season, which is good.

"Everyone wants to play more but I don't think I would have been offered a contract if the manager didn't trust me and see me as a player for the future.

"Hopefully that is what he has in store for me."

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