Onuegbu and Wolze extend their stay with MSV Duisburg
Wolze (L) and Onuegbu (R) will integral in MSV's promotion campaign. (kicker.de)

MSV Duisburg have extended the contracts of both Kingsley Onuegbu and Kevin Wolze, following die Zebras promotion to the 2.Bundesliga.

Onuegbu, 29, has signed a one-year extension with the club, until 2016, after finding the net on 14 occasions in the league this season.

The Nigerian forward signed for the club in 2013 following a three-year spell at Greuther Fürth, before making 71 appearances in the blue and white of Duisburg.

“I am delighted that both are staying with us,” said Ivo Grlic. “Kingsley has now received a contract for the new season. Kevin will sign after returning from vacation with us, until 2017.

“Both have been with us over the past two exciting years. We hope that with confidence, we will continue to find even more consistency, so that we can achieve our goal, the league."

Wolze, 25, has been at the club since 2011, with the German defender making over 100 appearances for Duisburg. The 25-year old has made 30 appearances at left-back for the club this season, and was a crucial part of the team that came runners-up to Arminia Bielefeld.

The news comes after Duisburg confirmed the signings of Thomas Bröker from 1.FC Köln, Stanislav Iljutcenko from VfL Osnabrück and both Andreas Wiegel and Simon Brandstetter from Rot-Weiß Erfurt.

Quotes via Kicker.de