QPR midfielder Shaun Derry extends contract
Derry joined from Crystal Palace in 2010
Monday 21 January 2013
Midfielder Shaun Derry has signed a one-year contract extension at QPR, the Barclays Premier League club have announced.
The 35-year-old, who moved to Loftus Road on a free transfer from Crystal Palace in June 2010, has committed to QPR until the summer of 2014.
Derry told the club's official website, http://www.qpr.co.uk: "I'm absolutely delighted. It's changing times once again with Harry (Redknapp) coming in and I find myself playing more now than I did under Mark Hughes.
"I'm just so delighted to commit myself to the club for another year - I'm enjoying my football more than ever."
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