LONDON - Luke Rowe has agreed a new deal to stay at Team Sky, admitting he feels "part of the furniture" at the British-based outfit alongside Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome. The Welshman has spent his entire professional career with Sky, joining in 2012, and his new three-year contract will take him to a decade on the team. Rowe thanked the team for the way they stuck by him after a serious leg break he suffered on his brother's stag night last year. The injury was feared to be career-threatening but he returned to racing in early 2018 and helped Thomas to Tour de France victory in July. "I've been with Sky since the start of my career and I really feel a part of the furniture here," said Rowe. "The team backed me straight away after my injury, whereas some teams would have turned their back.”–AFP