Surman nets new Canaries deal
South African-born Andrew Surman has signed a new three-year contract with English Premiership side Norwich City.
Surman, who turned down the opportunity to represent Bafana Bafana in February, will now stay at Carrow Road until 2015.
He had an excellent season on the left-wing for The Canaries, scoring give goals in 24 starts for the side.
Former national team coach Pitso Mosimane had hoped to bring him in as some much-needed competition for Siphiwe Tshabalala in the national side, but Surman, who has a young family, has closed that door for now.
Surman lived in Johannesburg for the first eight years of his life before his English parents emigrated back to England and settled in Southampton.
He became the youngest-ever player to turn out for the Southampton reserves aged just 15, before current Arsenal star Theo Walcott took that record from him.