INFLUENTIAL Mansfield Town captain Adam Murray this week extended his Stags contract and declared ‘I don’t want to play for any other club.’
Murray, who is in his third spell with the Field Mill club, put pen to paper on Friday to extend his contract until the end of the 2012/13 season.
Said Murray: “I am delighted to have the contract sorted. It had been under discussion for a couple of months so it is good that it is finally sorted.
“The future is bright at Mansfield Town. We are in a good position at the moment and there are some good plans ahead for the future, which I want to be a part of.
“Mansfield is a club that I have a very special relationship with and I want to stay here for the rest of my career.”
Murray, who returned to Field Mill from Luton Town in January, is now hoping to help guide his beloved club back into the Football League.
“The manager has got the building blocks in place for us to be successful,”Murray added. “We are building for the future and going about it in the right way. We are not splashing the cash and being made to regret it like what has happened at other clubs.
“We have got to be patient, promotion can be a long building proccess and we right now we are there or there abouts.”
Murray’s contract extension will give a big boost to boss Paul Cox, who now hopes to secure the long term future of the club’s top scorer Matt Green.