Birmingham City have confirmed Paul Caddis has signed a new two-year deal at the club, as reported on their official website.
The 27-year-old right-back has spent the last three years at Birmingham following his move from Swindon Town in 2012.
Since moving to St. Andrews, Caddis has established himself as a first team regular and has played over 100 times for the Blues.
The defender also played a crucial part in Birmingham’s escape from relegation last year where they eventually finished 10th in an impressive campaign.
This news comes just days after Demarai Gray also committed his future to the club by signing a new three year contract at the West Midlands club.
Keeping hold of these key players is a sign of intent from the club as Rowett prepares to improve on last year’s position, and possibly mount a push for the top six in the Championship.
The new deal will see Caddis stay at the club until 2017, with an option of a further year should the club decide to take up that option.
With the news that Demarai Gray, Clayton Donaldson and now Paul Caddis have committed their futures to the club, Rowett’s side look set to be in a strong position heading into the first Championship game of the season in August.
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