"The last six months have been a whirlwind. Everything has happened so quickly. But this is just the start for me. I am just looking forward to getting into the new season and trying to push on." 

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16:15, 18 September 2016 (UTC).

The Scottish left-back has landed the long-term deal following a string of promising displays at the back end of last season.

After loan spells at Yeovil Town and Crewe Alexandra, Kingsley made his Swans debut as a substitute in the FA Cup defeat at Oxford back in January.

On 30 June 2014, Kingsley signed for Swansea City on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.[4]

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But despite making a strong impression when he was given his chance by Francesco Guidolin, Kingsley insists the hard work is only just beginning as he bids to nail down a place in the Swans’ first team.

"It's great to get the new contract done," the signing from Falkirk said.

Having impressed under Francesco Guidolin, Kingsley made his debut for Scotland in June in their friendly with France.

After loan spells at Yeovil Town and Crewe, Kingsley made his Swansea debut as a substitute in the FA Cup defeat at Oxford back in January.

Kingsley, whose previous contract was due to expire next summer, spent the first half of last season on loan at Crewe, making 12 League One appearances, following a loan spell at Yeovil in the latter stages of their 2014/15 campaign.

He initially linked up with the development squad at the Liberty, and had to wait patiently for an opportunity to impress at senior level.

Kingsley, whose previous contract was due to expire at the end of the 2016-17 season, joined the Swans from Scottish club Falkirk in 2014.

On 20 May 2016, Kingsley received his first call-up to the Scotland national football team for their friendlies against Italy and France.[10] He made his Scotland debut as a substitute in a 3–0 defeat against France, on 4 June 2016.[11]

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“I’ll definitely not be getting carried away. It’s been a long journey to get to this position and I know I still have a long way to go.

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"Everything has happened so quickly. But this is just the start for me. I am just looking forward to getting into the new season and trying to push on."

The 21-year-old has been rewarded with the new deal after impressing Swans boss Francesco Guidolin in the second half of last season.

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On 18 February 2015, Kingsley joined English League One side Yeovil Town on a month's emergency loan which was later extended until the end of the season.[5] Kingsley played in numerous positions in his 12 appearances for the Glovers including left-back, centre-back and midfield, and received praise for his versatility from Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton.[6] Yeovil were subsequently relegated to League Two at the end of the season and Kingsley returned to Swansea City.

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The Scot, who joined Swansea from Falkirk in June 2014, started four Premier League games against Arsenal, Aston Villa, West Ham and Manchester City - in which the Swans remained unbeaten - after making his first-team debut as a second-half substitute in the FA Cup defeat at Oxford in January.   

Swansea full-back Stephen Kingsley has signed a new four-year contract which will keep him at the Liberty Stadium until the summer of 2020.

He made his Swansea City debut in their FA Cup 3–2 defeat against Oxford United, on 10 January 2016.[8] He made his Premier League debut on 2 March 2016 in Swansea's 2–1 victory against Arsenal.[9]

"I now have the next four years to look forward to and it is time for me to push on.

“It’s great to get the new contract done,” said the 21-year-old, who is among the 23-man squad on tour in America.

"I am not taking anything for granted - the hard work starts now for me."

The 21-year old made his Swans debut in their stunning 2-1 win at Arsenal last season and featured regularly towards the end of the campaign.

He has featured five times for Scotland U21s and made his senior debut for Gordon Strachan's side as a substitute in their 3-0 defeat to France last month. 

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“I now have the next four years to look forward to and it is time for me to push on.

"The last six months have been a whirlwind," added Kingsley, who joins fellow Scot Adam King in signing a new deal at the Liberty Stadium.

"I am not taking anything for granted - the hard work starts now for me.

“Everything has happened so quickly. But this is just the start for me. I am just looking forward to getting into the new season and trying to push on.”

“The last six months have been a whirlwind,” added Kingsley, who joins fellow Scot Adam King in signing a new deal.

His first start for the club came in the memorable victory over Arsenal in March, and he also featured in victories over Aston Villa and West Ham as well as the final-day draw with Manchester City.

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