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Darlow delight at new deal

Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow wants to retain the No.1 shirt for the long term after signing a new four-year contract.

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Karl Darlow: Nottingham Forest keeper has signed a new contract

Karl Darlow: Nottingham Forest keeper has signed a new contract

Darlow has made 25 appearances during his Forest career and has been the Championship club's first choice since January.

The 22-year-old has now been rewarded with a new contract and Darlow is happy to be making his mark at the City Ground.

"I am delighted. I have been here a while and it is nice to extend that," Darlow told the club's official website.

"I love the club, I want to keep doing what I have been doing. As a club I want us to progress and I'd like to hold on to the No.1 shirt for another four years.

"The club were happy with how I performed last season. I am a young keeper, but the manager says he is pleased with me, so I just want to keep doing what I have been doing."

Forest boss Billy Davies added: "It's thoroughly deserved, we're all delighted for him."

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