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.
He signed a new contract in January 2021, that runs until the end of the 2022/23 campaign.
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.
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