Morgan extends Millers stay

Rotherham United defender Craig Morgan has agreed a new 18-month contract extension with the club.

Last Updated: 23/11/12 at 13:04

Craig Morgan: New deal

Craig Morgan: New deal

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The 27-year-old initially signed a short-term deal after he was released by Preston at the end of last season.

But after a recent string of impressive performances the Wales international has been handed a new deal.

Morgan has been almost ever-present since his switch from Deepdale, making 14 appearances for the Millers so far this term.

"When I first signed my ultimate goal was to stay long-term so I am delighted that it has progressed so quickly into a more permanent situation," he said via a club statement.

"In terms of settling in here, I have loved it. The lads are great in the dressing room, I am enjoying coming into work, it has been like a breath of fresh air for me to play again."

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