Date: 4th November 2015 at 7:32pm
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On loan Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder George Saville yesterday extended his loan spell with Millwall until the New Year, and Carlos Edwards penned a new extended deal on Monday.

Beginning with Saville, the 22 year old has so far made six appearances for the club since arriving initially for a month back in early October and it is of course his second spell at The Den.

Manager Neil Harris explained to the official site.

‘George has come in and made a real positive impact on the pitch and in the dressing room. He is enjoying himself playing here and has a big future in the game. His arrival has coincided with a good run of form and I want to say ‘thank you’ to Kenny Jackett and Wolves for allowing him to continue his development with us. We are looking now for George to keep progressing with us and contributing to a winning Millwall team.’

Saville now remains at the club until January 6.

As for Edwards, he caps off a good couple of months for himself following his long term injury problems by signing a new contract extension that keeps him covered until the end of the current season.

Having picked up knee ligament damage that led to a lengthy lay off in the game against Nottingham Forest in September 2014, he’s now back in the team and has featured eleven times since the 37 year old returned to fitness.

Edwards said himself of the deal and his season so far.

‘They say hard work pays off and the contract extension was something the club and I were working towards for some time. The club has kept its promise and now I’m looking to help Millwall back to the Championship. I had no doubt that once I got my head down I would be back playing, and now I’m enjoying every moment. I’m not someone who suffers from self-doubt. I want to play and I was determined to force my way back into the team. I’m not going to take my foot off the pedal because I’ve got a deal to the end of the season. I’m looking for us as a group and as a club is to push on and try to win promotion.’

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