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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Wright pens new deal with Milwall

02.05.2012 10.58 by Redazione TMW  read 658
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Midfielder Josh Wright has this evening put pen to paper and agreed a three-year deal that keeps him at The Den until the summer of 2015.
Former Scunthorpe and Charlton ace Josh emerged as a key figure for The Lions during the second half of the 2011/12 campaign as Kenny Jackett's men played their way away from the relegation zone to finish the season in 16th spot.
Manager Jackett has already stressed how he expects the club to build on that strong finish to the season when the 2012/13 campaign gets underway in August - and Josh is relishing the prospect of playing his part.
"Signing for Millwall was an easy decision to make," he beamed. "I came here with the intention to stay for many years and I am delighted I am able to do so.
I believe that I can go places with this club and we can push on next season."
A full interview with Josh is available on Lions Player. Click here to subscribe.

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