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Jody Craddock signs new Wolves deal

28th June 2011 - Chad Lazarus

Jody Craddock has signed a new deal that will see the Wolverhampton Wanderers player continue playing football games for the club.

The defender has agreed to a new one-year contract that will lead him into his ninth season as a Wolves squad member.
Craddock left his off-season fitness programme to visit the club's Compton training ground and conclude his new deal.

Speaking to Wolves' official website, he said: "It's good news that it's all signed and done and dusted and I can concentrate on the year ahead.

"It was just a matter of time while the contract was all drawn up and I was ready to sign it."

Craddock added that he considered last year to potentially be his last at the club, so this new agreement is a big achievement.

The defender overcame injury at the end of last season to help Wolves remain in the Premier League.

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