TOWN manager Paul Hurst has signed a revised contract with the club.
Paul will remain on a six month rolling contract but he has penned a new lone manager enhanced deal.
Paul was given sole charge of team affairs when Rob Scott was sacked in September and went onto scoop the Skrill Premier Manager of the Month award for November.
Town director John Fenty explains the contract move: “We are delighted to announce that Paul has signed a revised contract.
“The only aspect of change is monitory. In essence the contract reflects the fact that Paul is a lone manager, obviously before he was a joint manager with Rob Scott and that carried an overall price tag. This has now been agreed to be adjusted and I am delighted to say that things are going well.”
He continued: “We are so pleased with how things are looking, we’ve had some great performances on the field. We are pleased to have Steve Croudson, who helps with scouting, match reports and such like, and Dave Moore - he seems to have done every job in football, bringing with him a wealth of experience.
“It looks like we now have a fantastic team-spirit and camaraderie, this emanates from the top. The management have instilled that in the players and things are working well in that department - probably the best I’ve ever seen.
“Obviously Paul is his own man, he knows what he wants, and to that degree we’ve had some challenging debates, but it is a very, very healthy relationship.”
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