ANTOINE Semenyo has committed his long-term future to Cherries, according to a report by The Athletic.

Semenyo enjoyed a superb season under Andoni Iraola, nailing down a starting spot on the right wing and scoring eight goals in 36 appearances.

The 24-year-old joined Cherries from Bristol City for around £9million in January 2023, on a deal until the summer of 2027.

However, his form last season appears to have convinced the club to reward him with upgraded terms, as he signs a new five-year deal, extending his stay by an extra year.

It follows the announcement of Lewis Cook signing a new four-year contract earlier this week.

Semenyo, who worked his way up the leagues via loan spells at Bath City, Newport County and Sunderland, registered 21 goals and 22 assists in 125 appearances for Bristol City, before the switch to Cherries.

With the Dorset club, Semenyo has scored nine and assisted two, in 47 outings.

He is also a key player for the Ghana national team, with 21 caps and two goals to his name.