Felipe was rewarded by the Red Bulls for his play this MLS season. (Photo courtesy of MLS)

HARRISON, N.J. – Felipe has been one of the few Red Bulls who have played consisently this season and the midfielder was rewarded for those efforts Thursday.

The club announced that Felipe had reached an agreement on a new Major League Soccer contract with Felipe.

It is a mutli-year deal, but no other details were available.

“Felipe has proved to be a key player for our club over the past two and a half seasons,” Red Bulls sporting director Denis Hamlett said in a statement. “He continues to grow as a player and we are excited to keep him as part of our team.”

In his sixth MLS season and third with New York, the Brazilian has missed one regular season game since being acquired from Montreal in a trade prior to the 2015 season.

Felipe, 26, tied his career-high for goals last year with five and has totaled eight goals and 15 assists for team. This season, Felipe is fourth in the league in duels won (115), while amassing 108 recoveries and 21 interceptions.

On Twitter, Felipe comment on the signing:

Since I got here everyone treated me with love/received me with open arms.Thank you fans and every single person in these organization