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Birmingham boss Lee Clark is confident Blues duo Jonathan Spector and Wade Elliott will pledge their respective futures to the club in the near future.

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Jonathan Spector: Closing in on new deal at St Andrew's

Jonathan Spector: Closing in on new deal at St Andrew's

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Spector has been offered a new two-year contract, with Elliott being handed a one-year deal, plus an additional one-year option.

Spector agreed his deal late on Tuesday and is expected to sign once returning from America.

Clark said: "Hopefully we can get both Jonathan and Wade tied up very shortly because they can play a massive part for us in terms of them being experienced players.

"We really need to get things resolved quickly because for me as a manager I need to start planning."

And on Elliott's future, Clark added: "The indications I'm getting from Wade are that he's prepared to sign and ready to sign.

"We're just waiting until it's done and dusted, although you should never say never."

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