Sidebottom agrees new Tykes deal
Ryan Sidebottom has signed a one-year contract extension at Yorkshire, keeping him at Headingley until the end of 2015, and is determined to finish his professional career with his native county.
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The 35-year-old former England left-arm seamer is in his second spell with Yorkshire, having begun his 16-year career there before joining Nottinghamshire.
Sidebottom recently went past his father Arnie - also of Yorkshire and England - when he took his 597th first-class wicket, and has since passed 600.
Yorkshire are set to be beaten in their 150th year to the LV= County Championship title by Durham, but Sidebottom has big plans for the coming seasons.
"I am delighted to be committing my future to Yorkshire," he said.
"This is the best club in the world, and I feel we are going places.
"I believe within the next couple of years we will win some silverware.
"There is no reason why I can't go on beyond 2015. I'm certainly not even thinking about retirement. It hasn't even crossed my mind.
"I want to finish my career at Yorkshire.
"This is my club, and to be part of Yorkshire's future success is something that gives me great pride."