Fulham Football Club can confirm that Bobby Zamora has signed a new four year deal with the Club that will see the striker remain at the Cottage until the summer of 2014.
The 29-year-old joined Fulham from West Ham during the summer of 2008 and was an integral member of Fulham’s most successful ever domestic season, that saw the Club qualify for Europe following a seventh place finish in the Barclays Premier League.
Zamora’s form at Fulham went from strength to strength during his second season at the Cottage, as he fired Fulham all the way to the UEFA Europa League Final in Hamburg. His selfless all round game and outstanding link-up play was rewarded with goals galore, as he finished the season with 19 goals in 48 appearances.
Some of Zamora’s European strikes will forever be remembered by the Fulham faithful, including his stunning goals against FC Basel, Shakhtar Donetsk, Juventus and Wolfsburg. Once again Zamora has started the 2010/11 campaign in scintillating fashion, with three goals in four games ahead of Saturday’s clash against Wolves at the Cottage.
Zamora’s form for Fulham has certainly impressed England manager Fabio Capello. On the 11th August 2010, Zamora earned his first international cap for England when he was introduced at half-time during England’s 2-1 friendly win over Hungary at Wembley.
Zamora looks certain to gain further international recognition in the future having only missed out on England’s latest round of European Championship Qualifiers due to injury.