The New England Revolution have re-signed goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth, thus extending the seven-year veteran's stay with the Foxboro-based franchise.
Terms and conditions of the deal were not released, but Revolution general manager Michael Burns did express that the club is happy to keep the Tonawanda, NY native around.
"Bobby’s development as a goalkeeper has grown tremendously during his time in New England," Burns said told Revolutionsoccer.net. "We are very pleased he has decided to re-sign with MLS to continue his career in New England"
After playing collegiately for the University of Buffalo, Shuttleworth, 28, signed with the Revs on June 18, 2009. Admittedly, Shuttleworth's first few years in New England were difficult, as he spent the majority of that time behind Matt Reis.
However, Shuttleworth bided his time and came into his own during the 2013 season. He started 22 games that season and backstopped the Revs to an MLS Cup Final appearance in 2014.
So far this year, Shuttleworth has recorded eight wins, eight losses, and six draws.