Sam Wedgbury wants to stay at Wrexham and says talks have begun over a new deal to remain at The Racecourse.
Reds boss Dean Keates revealed recently he has spoken to some players who are out of contract at the end of the season and Wedgbury is one of those. The tough-tackling midfielder, who joined from Forest Green last summer, has been outstanding this season, playing a key role in helping Wrexham challenge for promotion.
“I am in discussions with the club so hopefully something gets announced in the near future,” said Wedgbury. “I want to be here, I like the club and I love playing here.
“I love it here and am really enjoying my football. It is probably the most I have ever enjoyed playing.
“The team spirit in the dressing room, the lads are first class, the gaffer is brilliant with me and so are all the staff. So I am happy.”
Wedgbury, who has made 29 league starts this term, sees his long term future with Wrexham.
“I want to be here for as long as I can,” said Wedgbury. “I want to get well over 100 appearances if I can which I am on course to do if I can get 40 this season.”