Nottingham Forest fans in the Transfer Tavern have finally had some news to raise a glass to after one of their experienced men confirmed that they have signed a new deal to remain at the club.
Defender Danny Fox has committed his future to the Tricky Trees by agreeing to a one-year extension with the club, according to the club’s official website. The 31-year-old has been a key member of Aitor Karanka’s side and has been ever-present for the Reds this season.
Having joined the club initially on a loan deal in 2014, he has so far made 99 appearances for Forest and the local’s will be hoping he can continue to add to that tally and help guide them in the next campaign to bigger things.
Karanka’s arrival has helped Fox re-establish himself in the first-team picture, having played in all but one Championship matches for him, despite not being utilised as much by Mark Warburton. A one-year deal may signal he is not part of long-term plans, but it is felt he can do a job in the present and immediate future.
The locals will be delighted to tie Fox down for another year as he has helped the club keep three clean sheets in their last four matches by partnering Tobias Figueiredo in the centre of defence and hope he carries that form into next season as they push on for a playoff spot.
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