Glen Little rejects suitors to sign new Wrexham contract

Glen Little

Glen Little says he has rejected offers from other clubs to sign a one-year contract extension with Wrexham.

The 36-year-old midfielder joined the Dragons on a free transfer in July, initially on a month-to-month basis before signing until the end of the season in February.

Little started only three league games, making 14 appearances as a substitute.

"I was looking forward to re-signing with Wrexham, then a couple of other clubs also made me offers," he said.

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Little has 'unfinished business'

"I really didn't want to let anyone down and having thought long and hard about it, Wrexham was my choice.

"At my age I wasn't expecting such interest, but I know I can play at this level and make a contribution."

Little started the second leg of the play-off semi-final against Luton Town, where the Dragons' 2-1 win was insufficient to overcome a 2-0 first leg defeat.

"Now I just can't wait for the new season to start," added the former Reading and Burnley playmaker.

"Usually you want a few weeks off to yourself, but after the Luton match I just wanted to go straight into the next one."

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