Rob Ogleby signs new Wrexham contract extension
Wales under-21 striker Rob Ogleby has signed a new contract extension with Wrexham.
The 21-year-old has signed a new deal which will see him stay at the Racecourse until the end of the 2013-2014 season.
Ogleby, who joined in January 2012 following his release by Hearts, has scored five goals this season.
"I'm really pleased because Rob's done great for us," Wrexham boss Andy Morrell said.
"He's come in as a bit of an unknown and really put his stamp on it.
"His energy levels are brilliant and he's chipped in with a fir few goals this year.
"I'm delighted that he's stayed on because I still think he's got a lot to learn but he's got a great basis of having a really good career."
Ogleby, who began his career with home-town club Coventry City, has been capped by Wales at under-21 level and scored in the win over Iceland in February.