Jarryd Lyons will remain at the Crows after signing a two-year deal with the club.
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Emerging midfielder Jarryd Lyons has re-signed with Adelaide after attracting interest from rival clubs during the AFL trade period.
The 22-year-old has committed to the Crows for another two years after playing 10 games in 2014.
Lyons is originally from Victoria and had a strong end to the season, sparking interest from a number of Victorian sides.
However, Lyons decided against a move after speaking to new coach Phil Walsh.
“I met with Phil Walsh and like where the club is heading,” Lyons said in a club statement.
“It is an exciting time and we are all ready for the hard work ahead.”
Crows head of football David Noble said he expected Lyons to see more senior game time in 2015.
“Phil Walsh and I think his ability to play forward and through the midfield can be a real advantage for our team,” Noble said.
“He is a player who should push for a regular spot in the line-up in 2015.”
The Crows have also struck deals with Sam Shaw and Sam Siggins, as well as Rory Atkins.