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Goalkeeper Jason Steele arrived at Brighton and Hove Albion in June 2018 after his contract ended with Sunderland, signing a three-year deal.
He made 15 Championship appearances for the Wearside club in 2017/18 and played almost 300 games across spells at Middlesbrough, Northampton Town and Blackburn Rovers.
The shot-stopper has represented England at youth team up to the under-21s, where he played seven times.
Steele made his Albion debut in an Emirates FA Cup third round tie away at AFC Bournemouth.
Following Robert Sanchez's straight red card against Newcastle in November 2021 and subsequent one-match suspension, Steele made his Premier League debut in a 2-0 defeat at Villa Park.
Jason had his first run of Premier League games in the second half of the 2022/23 season, starting in our 4-0 win against West Ham at the beginning of April, going onto make 15 top-flight appearances as we secured our best ever top-tier finish of sixth, as well as qualifying for European competition for the first time.
Europe? It hasn't sunk in yet!
Jason Steele on a hectic end to the season and how a great dressing-room atmosphere helped Albion achieve their target.
Steele: Forest won the big moments
Albion keeper saved a penalty but his side were beaten 3-1 by Nottingham Forest on Wednesday.
Steele: De Zerbi's approach makes you feel alive
Goalkeeper has committed future to Albion until June 2025.
Steele: We're disappointed for the fans
Goalkeeper frustrated not to send supporters home happy ahead of Christmas Day.