Chelsea goalkeeper Bradley Collins has extended his deal at Burton Albion until the end of the season.
Collins join the Brewers on deadline day in the summer and has gone to register appearances for the outfit. 13 of those starts have been in the League.
Since getting back between the sticks after going down with a thigh injury, the 21-year-old has kept four clean sheets for the Brewers whose clash with Manchester City in the Carabao Cup is on the hoizon.
Manager Nigel Clough is especially glad about Brad’s extension and is pleased to have had the contract sorted out.
“We’re pleased to be extending Brad’s loan spell with us – since picking up that early injury, he has come back into the team and done well.
“With the back four he kept an important clean sheet at Bristol on Tuesday. He’s still young and can keep learning with us.”
Speaking on extending his stay, Collins said: “I’m really delighted to have got it over the line and we can look forward to the rest of the season now.
“It was definitely an easy decision. The boys are great, the manager is great and I like the way we play.”