Nuneaton Town have extended Jordan Nicholson’s loan from League One side Peterborough United for the remainder of the season.
The 23-year-old has showed his quality during his time with Boro so far, putting in some impressive displays and helping us pick up six consecutive victories.
“I have to thank the Chairman for making this happen,” said a delighted Boro boss Tommy Wright. “I also want to thank Barry Fry and Peterborough United for allowing Jordan to stay with us.
“The relationship between the two clubs has played a pivotal role in this deal and we are delighted.
“Jordan has been superb and there is much more to come from him; he is well liked within the group and extending this loan until the end of the season shows ambition from the Chairman in backing me to succeed.”
Nicholson joined the Posh in December 2015 following an impressive spell with Histon and is highly-rated by the League One outfit.
Nicholson said: “I am really pleased that everything has been sorted and I am happy to be staying here for the rest of the season,” he said. “The Gaffer has given me an opportunity and I am enjoying it in the number ten role.
“Six wins on the spin shows how good things are going for us; there’s a great atmosphere around the place and a feeling of everyone being in it together.
“We’re all pushing each other on and there’s a lot of talent here. Personally, I feel that I am getting fitter and stronger with each game and I can’t wait for the next one to come around.
“As a group, we went to keep progressing but at the same time it’s about taking it one game at a time and not looking too far ahead.
“There are some big games coming up this month and it’s a chance to show what we’re about.
“The Gaffer has been great and really understands where we are coming from. He is getting the best out of us and long may it continue”.