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Kevin Nolan keen on extending Notts County stay beyond 2018

Joe Jones

Kevin Nolan has revealed that he is eager to his future at Notts County beyond his current 2018 deal.

Earlier this week, Alan Hardy let it be known that he is in talks with Nolan over a new three-year contract at Meadow Lane, following his impressive spell in charge so far.

Nolan told the Nottingham Post: "I'm delighted that we can now open discussions about maybe extending the stay. I'm sure they will be quite smooth talks.

"I think the most important thing is that we put that to bed, we get me and my management team sorted so that it bodes well for when we are talking to new players for next year, and the current squad, so they know it's settled.

"I think a lot of them under the last regime were very unsettled in what was going on.

"But now they're seeing I've got the full backing of the boss and hopefully it will go a long way to making a few of them feel more familiar or more settled in the fact that they are signing a contract with a club going forward."

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kn needs an extension and a hefty release clause, if a club wants nolan they need to pay for him.

life is good at the moment under him and i would like it continue for a few years, so discouraging other clubs would help us to retain him.

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