LEEDS United have announced new long-term deals for Liam Cooper and Stuart Dallas.

Hot on the heels of midfielder Kalvin Phillips committing his future to the Whites, club captain Cooper has penned a five-year contract at Elland Road, while Dallas has agreed a four-year deal.

Cooper has made 165 appearances for the club since joining Leeds from Chesterfield and, after being handed the armband in January 2015, has proved a real leader on and off the pitch.

His impressive performances at the back earned him his first international caps for Scotland over the weekend.

On Leeds' website, Cooper said: "I have had an unbelievable five years here and I feel like I have really come into my own in the last couple of years and I'm enjoying my football more than ever.

"We've got a great squad here, the ambition of the club is massive and I'd be silly not to want to extend."

Dallas joined Leeds from Championship side Brentford in 2015 and has made 151 appearances for the Whites in all competitions, netting 15 goals.

He has shown his versatility under boss Marcelo Bielsa, playing on both flanks and impressing at right back this season.

The 28-year-old earned his 41st cap for Northern Ireland on Monday night, against Germany at Windsor Park.

He told the club website: "When I first came here, I knew how big the club was, but since Andrea Radrizzani has come in and the changes since then, it has been incredible.

“It has been a journey, at the start we were mid-table, but now it has changed massively, there is something to play for every year and hopefully now we can get what we want."