Stevenage Football Club has agreed terms with striker Danny Newton to remain at the Club this season…
The fan-favourite has scored 24 goals in 90 appearances for the Club and won Player of the Year honours for his debut season in 2017/18.
“I’ve kept in touch with the manager and my plan was always to think of Stevenage first because they’ve been good to me,” Newton said. “Finally it’s all sorted and I’m ready to get to work and get back to where I was 18 months to go.”
Alex Revell said, “We are delighted to re-sign Danny. He has a great relationship with everyone at the club and it’s great to get this deal done before the start of the season.
“Danny missed a lot of last season so he has plenty of lost time to make up for and is desperate to get going. His goals and League Two experience will add a huge amount to the squad. We all love his work rate, desire and attitude to give his all every time he pulls a Stevenage shirt on.
“As I’ve said many times it’s so important the players we sign know what is expected of them now, as the standards and values of the club are completely different and key to us moving forward. Togetherness and team spirit is vital to any successful team and Danny’s huge appetite to winning and helping the team fits all our values.”