Defender Durrell Berry signs Plymouth Argyle deal
DEFENDER Durrell Berry has become the latest player to commit his future to Plymouth Argyle.
The 20-year-old right-back has agreed a contract extension at Home Park for an undisclosed period.
Berry has followed goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth, striker Warren Feeney and winger Joe Lennox in accepting new deals to stay with the Pilgrims.
It leaves left-back Robbie Williams as the only Argyle player yet to accept a contract extension.
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There has been a lot of activity at Home Park this week, with manager Carl Fletcher signing a one-year rolling contract.
Assistant boss Romain Larrieu and first team coach Kevin Nancekivell have also done the same.
Fletcher, 32, announced his retirement as a player to concentrate on his managerial duties.
Argyle have also signed striker Paris Cowan-Hall from Conference South champions Woking for an undisclosed fee.
Berry was the runner-up to midfielder Luke Young in the voting for the Pilgrims' 2011/12 young player-of-the-year.
He was signed on a one-year contract by former Argyle manager Peter Reid last summer, following his release by Premier League club Aston Villa.
Berry played regularly at the start of last term in what was a very young team while the Pilgrims remained in administration after their financial collapse.
However, following James Brent's buyout of the club at the end of October, Paul Bignot was signed on loan from Championship club Blackpool and took over at right-back. Berry returned to the team at the start of March and over the rest of the season was a constant part of the Argyle defence which conceded 11 goals in their last 12 games.
That was one of the keys to the Pilgrims escaping relegation from the Football League.
ARGYLE chairman James Brent, chief executive Martin Baker and general manager Jason Turner are all attending the Football League's annual general meeting and summer conference in Portugal.