Northern Irish winger agrees to extend stay at Griffin Park until June 2017.
Brentford’s Northern Ireland international winger Stuart Dallas has signed a new three-year contract.
The 23-year-old has been with Brentford since the summer of 2012, joining The Bees from IFA Premiership side Crusaders.
Last year he signed a deal to keep him at Griffin Park until the summer of 2016 but he has now agreed a contract to stay for an additional year.
The new contract offer, which will keep him at Griffin Park until June 2017, came on the back of an impressive end to the 2013/14 season.
Stuart started six of Brentford’s last seven Sky Bet League One games, scoring two goals.
He played 21 games for The Bees in all competitions in 2013/14, scoring twice, to add to three goals in 12 games on loan at Northampton Town.
Mark Warburton, Brentford FC Manager, said: “I first tracked Stuart more than two years ago when we signed him.
“It is important to remember the progress Stuart has made over the last 24 months.
“He has made the difficult transition from part-time football in Northern Ireland to our level at Brentford.
“He has shown substantial progress, demonstrating outstanding desire to move his career forward.
“He had some excellent displays at the end of last season.
“Stuart has not had an Academy upbringing so he still has an enormous amount of development potential left.
“We are looking forward to watching him compete for a First Team starting place.
“I am sure he will make a valuable contribution to our first season in The Championship.”
Stuart won the Northern Ireland Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year honour in 2010/11.
He played for Northern Ireland at Under-23 level against Portugal before making his full international debut as a substitute against Wales in May 2011.
He has also represented Northern Ireland at Under-21 level.