Leeds United midfielder Michael Brown has today put pen to paper on a new contract which will keep him at the club for the forthcoming campaign.Brown, who turns 36 in January, became a regular in the first team following the appointment of Neil Warnock as manager last season and made 26 appearances in total for the Whites, scoring one goal.
Warnock has made plenty of signings in Brown's position in the shape of Paul Green, David Norris and Rodolph Austin though and the former Sheffield United, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Fulham, Wigan Athletic and Portsmouth man may have to make do with a bit part this season.
Speaking to the official website, Michael Brown had the following to say:
"I'm delighted to sign the contract and get things sorted.
The gaffer has made a lot of changes over the summer and I'm looking forward to being a part of things. There's a great spirit here and everything has gone well in pre-season.
The gaffer has brought some good players in, and there is plenty of competition, but I'm more than up for the challenge and will hopefully play a part in a successful Leeds United side."