Rotherham United manager Paul Warne will be encouraged that the club has taken up an option to extend midfielder Will Vaulks’ contract, keeping the 25-year-old at the AESSEAL New York Stadium until the summer of 2020, it has been confirmed on the club website.
Vaulks who joined the Millers from Falkirk in 2016, has scored six goals in 36 appearances this season and is reportedly being considered for an international call-up by Wales manager Ryan Giggs.
“Will is a leader on and off the pitch and is a really big part of what is a fantastic dressing room,” Warne told the club website.
So is Vaulks’ contract extension at Rotherham good news for the Millers?
“At a time when loyalty in football is becoming less and less common it is good to see Vaulks commit his future to the Millers.
“He will still be in demand in the summer but this will at least ensure Rotherham get a decent fee.”
“This is class news for them.
“He was linked with a move away from the club, and for all intents and purposes, it looked as if it was going to happen.
“For one reason or another he stayed and committing his future is excellent news for the club.”
“Good move by Rotherham.
“Vaulks is a key part of what they do and will be important next season.
“The aim is to still be in the Championship and his skills certainly suit that notion.”