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March Delighted To Secure Long Term Future

March Delighted To Secure Long Term Future

Fresh from signing his new contract extension the other day, Solly March has said he's excited for the future.

Having signed on until 2018, the young midfielder believes that the signs are good for Brighton, especially if we can clinch the play off place this season and then successfully get ourselves promoted to the Premiership this term.

Speaking to the Official Site, he explained.

'I'm really excited, hopefully it's going to be a good four years with the new training ground and the club pushing for promotion. The staff are working hard behind the scenes to get the best young players and hopefully more of us can come through from the Academy to the first team.'

March admits that a new contract does bring him security on a personal front, but it's also nice to know the club have so much faith in him to continue to develop to have handed him such a long contract, so what is important now is that on a personal level he keeps pushing on and hopefully so will the club as a whole.

'The main aim is to get promotion, so hopefully we can do that. Being a Premier League player is the ultimate aim for any players, so hopefully we can get their soon.'

Of course changes have been afoot for the 19 year old, having moved more central now after coming off the wing and although it's not as familiar for him he's happy to play anywhere if asked as he's just happy to be involved, although he does say he's enjoying life in the middle now and does see it as being a better position for him in the future because he can be more involved in the game itself from there and try and dictate things more in our favour.

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Writer:VitalSeagull
Date:Tuesday April 15 2014
Time: 8:13PM

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