Goalkeeper Eldin Jakupović has extended his stay with Hull City for a further two years after agreeing terms on a new deal.
Although the Tigers had initially exercised their option to offer him a one-year deal at the end of the 2015/16 season, negotiations began immediately to secure Jakupović on a longer-term contract with a two-year deal now agreed.
Jakupović is the club’s longest-serving player having arrived from Greek side Aris Salonika in July 2012. The 31-year-old has played 28 times for the Tigers and played a key role in the Play-Off success at the end of last season.
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Chesterfield FC have made a fourth pre-season signing with defender Paul McGinn joining on a two-year contract.
The 25-year-old, who will officially join the club on July 1, is a free agent after coming to the end of his contract at Dundee.
McGinn will join fellow new recruits Kristian Dennis, Jon Nolan and Ched Evans when the players report for the start of pre-season training on July 4.
"Paul's arrival will greatly strengthen the level of competition for a place on the right-hand side of defence. He is very athletic and comes highly recommended."
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Barnsley star Josh Scowen has issued a tweet sarcastically thanking the club after finding out on Twitter that he has lost his squad number to another player.
The midfielder, who wore the number seven last season, tweeted that he was "#nothappy" after discovering that Adam Hammill was being given the shirt.
Barnsley published a promotional tweet showing Hammill holding the shirt.