Young midfielder Humphreys extends Ipswich stay

Cameron Humphreys on a run.

Cameron Humphreys has signed a new deal with Ipswich Town - Credit: Steve Waller -

Ipswich Town midfielder Cameron Humphreys has signed a new three-year contract with the club. 

The 18-year-old broke into the first-team picture last summer and went on to make four senior appearances during his debut campaign, beginning with his debut against Newport in the Carabao Cup in August.

Humphreys' new deal sees him committed to the club until the summer of 2025, with the youngster likely to be pushing for a regular place in manager Kieran McKenna’s squad when the Blues return for the start of pre-season later this month. 

Humphreys also featured for Ipswich's Under 18s and Under 23s last season, during successful campaigns for both young Ipswich sides.

He was named Town's academy-player-of-the-year at the end of last season and follows Wes Burns, Luke Woolfenden, Kayden Jackson and Tommy Hughes in extending their contracts with Ipswich. 


*Known 12-month extension option.   

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Hughes (end of year) 


Vincent-Young*, Donacien*, Aluko, Ndaba*, Penney*, Dobra*, Baggott*, Simpson, Chirewa, Morris 


Walton*, Hladky, Burgess*, Edwards*, Morsy, Evans, Harper*, El Mizouni*, Chaplin, Pigott, Jackson, Ball 


Edmundson, Burns, Woolfenden, Ladapo, Humphreys