Wasps re-sign Guy Thompson for new season
May 23, 2014
Guy Thompson joined Wasps from Championship side Jersey © Getty Images
Wasps have confirmed back-row forward Guy Thompson has signed a new contract with the club ahead of next season.
Thompson joined Wasps last season from Championship side Jersey after an impressive campaign which saw him shortlisted for Championship Player of the Year.
"I'm really excited about re-signing and am incredibly proud to represent the club." said Thompson. "All the boys are really buying into [director of rugby Dai Young's] vision and it feels like we are all moving forwards."
Thompson joins 14 others, including Christian Wade, Andrea Masi, Phil Swainston and Tom Varndell, who have recently signed new contracts with Wasps.
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