Republic of Ireland Under-21 international Conor Coventry has agreed a new contract with West Ham United.

The Guardian are reporting Coventry will stay at the London Stadium club, despite interest from a number of rivals as he was out of contract in the summer.

The central-midfielder has been with the club for nine years. He has yet to make his Premier League debut but is a regular in their development side and featured twice in the Carabao Cup. 

Coventry has played for Ireland from Under-17 level and is a key player for Stephen Kenny, earning the man of the match award in the 0-0 draw with Italy in October.

The London-born player said previously: "I love playing for Ireland because it's playing for your country and there's nothing really like that."