Australia U-23's midfielder Zach Duncan will remain in Denmark until at least 2025 after signing a long-term contract extension with AGF Aarhus.
Duncan, 20, has been at AGF since 2019 following a successful trial, after making his A-League debut with Brisbane Roar earlier that year.
The Sydney-born midfielder made his debut for Aarhus in May of 2019, making 15 appearances in the 2019/20 season.
He represented Australia at the AFC U-23 Championships in Thailand in early 2020, helping the side qualify for the Olympic Games for the first time in 12 years.
However, Duncan suffered a serious injury in mid-2020, rupturing his anterior crucial ligament.
He has since been working hard in rehabilitation to return to full fitness and get back into contention for a spot at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021.
And his hard work has been rewarded by AGF, signing a new long-term deal.
"My knee is feeling nice. I have good days and bad days, but I'm getting quite close," Duncan told AGFTV.
"Hopefully I can join the boys as soon as I can. I have a goal of being able to play this season.
"We also have the Olympics coming up this year which will be nice to go to. It is nice to have a goal that you can try and hit."