Chesterfield FC goalkeeper Aaron Chapman will be with the Spireites until June 2016 - after signing a new two-year deal this afternoon.
The new contract means he will be at Chesterfield until the end of the 2015/16 season.
Chapman said: “It’s just brilliant to get that bit of security. Now I’ve just got to push on and try and get into the first team. It’s a great club. There’s only one way it’s going and that’s up, I’m just happy to be a part of it.”
Chesterfield manager Paul Cook added: “I’m delighted for Aaron to sign. He’s improving every day but unfortunately, because he’s got no football CV, we’ve found it very difficult to get him a loan club.
“We’re really pleased with him. Giving lads longer contracts is something that we need to look into at the club.”
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