Sone was signed last summer by the Blues on an initial one-year deal that included the option for a one-year renewal, which has been duly taken up by the club.


The winger started 18 League One matches for the Tractor Boys in the campaign and got three goals in addition to an assist, also captaining them in their domestic cup matches.



Sone confessed his excitement for the season ahead in the aftermath of his contract being extended at Portman Road.


The winger stressed that while the past season did not go according to plan, he retains full confidence in the club and is looking forward to playing again for the Blues in the next campaign.



Speaking to Ipswich’s official site, Sone said: “I’m really excited about the upcoming campaign at Portman Road.


“Although we didn’t achieve what we wanted to last season, I have full confidence in the squad, coaching staff and the Club as a whole.



“We will all give 100% then next season.


“It’s a privilege to be able to wear the Town shirt and I’m happy I get to enjoy that for at least another season.


“I can’t wait to get back out there at Portman Road in front of our supporters.”


After the Blues failed to achieve the goal of promotion in Sone’s first season, he will be hoping that he helps the team reach their objective next season.