"Over the moon to have signed for a further 4 years with Harrows. The guys down at Harrows are incredible to work with and can't do enough for me so it was any easy decision to make. Here's to the next 4 years," he said on social media.
Next he will be in action at the World Darts Championship later this month. He will meet Ukrainian debutant Vladyslav Omelchenko. The winner will play against Gerwyn Price in the second round.