Jetro Willems has signed a new contract with PSV which keeps him tied to the club until June 2018.
However, Willems has now inked a one-year extension in order to make sure PSV receive a transfer fee if he decides to seek pastures new in the future.
"I told sporting director Marcel Brands last season that I would not leave PSV on a free transfer," Willems commented on his renewal.
Goed nieuws! Jetro Willems verlengt zijn contract bij PSV tot medio 2018 🖊 pic.twitter.com/TtOrvkhuJ7— PSV (@PSV) December 9, 2016
"Everybody expected me to leave ahead of this season, but that was never my intention. PSV have a place in my heart and I want to win a third Eredivisie title in a row."
Willems joined PSV from Sparta Rotterdam in 2011 and has since made close to 200 appearances in all competitions for the reigning Eredivisie champions.
The 22-year-old has won two league titles in Eindhoven, as well as one KNVB Beker and three Johan Cruyff shields.