Jedinak signs a new contract amid rumors of him leaving.
Mile Jedinak has quashed reports claiming that the tough-tackling midfielder was ready to jump ship after impressing in his first season with Palace back in the Premier League by signing a new contract.
Jedinaks current contract was due to run out at the end of next season, and with speculation mounting over his future, it is believed that his agent pushed for his player to be given an extension. The Aussie has been a rock in the center of midfield, and has clocked up an impressive 33 displays, scoring two goals and assisting three.
Mile's contract has been extended until 2015 and has also had a substantial pay-rise. It is believed that he is now earning around £19,000 (£2,500,000 per annum) - £3,000 more than anyone currently at the club and triple of what he was previously earning. It is also believed that he has had a clause included in his contract which will see him remain the highest earner at the club until he departs.
Speaking to the clubs official website, Mile's said "It's great. I'm happy to have signed a new contract and hopefully I will retire here. I've loved my time at this club and I will always remember what everyone has done for me when I finally do depart."
Miles arrived at Selhurst park in the 2011/12 season after signing from Genclerbirligi on a free and has so far clocked up over 60 appearances in his two seasons at the club.