Cheltenham Town can confirm that Chris Clements has agreed a new contract that will see him stay at the club until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old, who has made 20 appearances in all competitions for the Robins since signing at the end of August, has signed an extension to his initial short-term contract at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
“I’m enjoying being here,” he said after signing his new deal. “The lads are really good here - I like what the manager is doing and the way we’re trying to play suits me.
“I won’t take my foot off the gas now that I’ve extended till the end of the season. When players are coming to the end of their deals they have to impress that little bit more, but I won’t take my foot off the gas and will keep trying to get points for Cheltenham.
“You’ve got to keep playing to the best of your ability. It’s what you get signed at a club for. Hopefully I can continue that and we finish as high as we can this year.”
Clements has been a key member of the Robins midfield this term, scoring in wins over Arsenal under-21s and MK Dons, as well as in the away defeat at Bury in November.
After signing a new deal he is expected to be part of the squad that travels to Crawley this weekend.