AUSTRALIA batter Marnus Labuschagne has signed up for two more seasons at Glamorgan.

The 28-year-old will be at Sophia Gardens until at least the end of the 2024 campaign, although his availability for next year will be impacted by the Ashes.

Labuschagne has played for Glamorgan in 2019, 2021 and 22, scoring 1,719 runs in 21 first-class matches and racking up 508 T20 runs in 14 games.

He said: "I love playing for Glamorgan, and look forward to coming to Cardiff and Wales every year.

"It's become a second home for me and my family and I'm rapt that I'm coming back for another two years.

"Since the moment I got here, the Glamorgan players, staff and supporters have treated me like I was one of their own and I'm extremely grateful for that.

"I can't wait to return to Wales and help push the team forward to win more silverware."

The Aussie enjoyed a remarkable rise three years ago after getting a chance against England as a concussion substitute at Lord's.

He climbed to the top of the ICC Test batting rankings in December and is currently second behind Joe Root.

Director of cricket Mark Wallace said: "Marnus has been a wonderful addition to the dressing room, and it is amazing to be able to bring a world-class talent back to Glamorgan.

"His passion and love for the game is infectious and you only need to be around him for a couple of minutes to realise how much the club and the supporters mean to him.

"He has been an unbelievable player for us during his short time with us and has been a real role model for our younger players.

"We cannot wait to have him back in Wales for the next two years."