Filed: Tuesday, 4th October 2005
By: Gordon Thrower
Hayden Mullins has become the latest player to sign a contract extension.
The midfielder has put pen to paper on a new deal which will keep him at the Boleyn for four more years.
The 26 year-old was Alan Pardew's first signing on arrival at the club in October 2003. His initial form on arrival was mixed as he was shifted between a variety of positions, rarely playing twice in a row in the same role.
However, as the squad has developed he has been rewarded with an extended run in the centre of midfield where, this season especially, he has been in excellent form.
Mullins' new contract follows the deal earlier this week that saw his central midfield partner Nigel Reo-Coker sign a contract that will extend his stay until 2010.
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