Harry Brook is planning to be a one club man, admitting: “I want my whole career to be here.”

Brook has penned a new contract to remain at Yorkshire until at least the end of 2027, by which time he is hoping to have added some more silverware to the Headingley trophy cabinet.

The Burley-in-Wharfedale star has been one of the standout batters in English cricket this summer, plundering more than 1,300 runs in Championship and T20 cricket for Yorkshire.

A run of 13 scores above 50 in 20 innings, including three Championship hundreds, has put him as the next cab off England’s Test batting rank.

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