Muamba commits future to Bolton

07 August 2010 11:42
olton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has committed his future to the Trotters, signing a new four-year contract at the Reebok Stadium.[LNB] The 22-year-old has become a key player at The Reebok since joining from Birmingham two years ago.[LNB]His new deal will keep him at Bolton under the summer of 2014.[LNB]And the England Under-21 international, who was two years into the four-year deal he signed when he joined Wanderers, is now looking forward to staying in the north-west for the long term.[LNB]"I'm happy, my family is happy - everybody is happy," he told the club's official website. "The football club have been very good to me since the moment I signed here.[LNB]"I don't have any reason to want to move anywhere else and I'm looking forward to the upcoming season.[LNB]"The manager believes in me and says that I'm part of his plans, and I want to give my best to the club for the fans."[LNB]Muamba has made 83 appearances for the club, scoring one goal.[LNB]He was signed for Bolton by Gary Megson, but has become a favourite of current boss Owen Coyle, who was delighted to tie him down on a new deal.[LNB]"Everybody knows my opinion of him," Coyle said. "He's a great young prospect and I'm delighted he's signed an extended contract.[LNB]"He loves being at the football club, I like working with him and hopefully we can move on together."

Source: Team_Talk