Grantham Town have announced that Notts County have agreed to allow Luther Wildin to remain with the club until the end of the season.
Full-back Wildin has been an ever-present in the Gingerbreads line-up since his arrival on-loan from County in September, but for a short spell away on International duty for Antigua & Barbuda.
Luther has also chipped in with a goal, against Spennymoor Town in a 3-3 draw at The Meres and has also assisted a number of times, not least providing the killer pass for the Gingerbreads first goal for Lee Shaw on Saturday at Lincoln United.
Manager Adam Stevens is delighted to keep the defender, adding “Luther has played a major part in our season to date and has done everything asked of him, I’m really pleased he will be here to help us push on for the remainder of the season”
Luther of course joins Harry Clifton, who earlier this month announced his continued stay also for the remainder of the 2016/17 campaign.