All Whites midfielder Sarpreet Singh has penned a contract extension with German super club Bayern Munich, signing a deal that keeps him in Bavaria through to 2024.
Singh, 23, signed for Bayern in 2019 after a breakout campaign with Wellington Phoenix and a standout Under20 World Cup for New Zealand.
While first team appearances for Bayern have been hard to come by for Singh, limited to two appearances and just one start, the young midfielder has been loaned out to FC Nurnberg and Jahn Regensburg in the German second tier.
And although the end of Singh's 2021/22 season was impacted by a pelvis injury, Bayern have still re-signed Singh through until the end of the 2023/24 season, as well as extended his loan spell with Jahn Regensburg.
"After Sarpreet's move to Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga didn't work out and he had to step back a few weeks due to injury, we're very pleased that he can return to a familiar environment," Bayern Munich youth team boss Jochen Sauer said.
"We are convinced that he will return to his old level of performance at Jahn."
In his first spell with Jahn Regensburg, Singh scored five goals and created eight more in his 25 league games, before suffering the injury that also sidelined him for the All Whites' FIFA intercontinental playoff match.
Singh came close to leaving Bayern earlier this year, but failed a medical with newly promoted Werder Bremen.