Robbie Williams extends stay at Plymouth Argyle
PLYMOUTH Argyle have agreed a deal with their one remaining out of contract player.
Left-back Robbie Williams has inked a one-year extension to his contract which will keep him at Home Park until next summer.
Williams was a key member of the Pilgrims defence which helped to keep the club in the Football League last season.
The defender (below) scored two goals as Argyle successfully battled relegation from League Two.
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Argyle manager Carl Fletcher was pleased to get the final piece of last season's successful back four sewn up.
He said: "Towards the end of last season, Willo (Williams) came in and did very well for us.
"He was a good member of the defensive unit and because he's got Onismor Bhasera also in that position, they push one another to perform well and consistently and it's pleasing that we've got him on board."
Fletcher added: "He's someone who knows what we're doing and what we're about and he's got great quality and technical ability when he's on the ball. It's great that players want to be here and want to do well. It's exactly what we want."
Yorkshire-born Williams initially signed for the Pilgrims in July 2011, making his debut in their 1-1 opening day draw with Shrewsbury Town.
He made 30 appearances, both his goals coming from free-kicks, against Oxford and Macclesfield.
But Williams was red-carded in Argyle's 3-3 FA Cup draw with non-League Stourbridge in November.
Following his suspension, he played just once between then and the end of February.
Williams, however, returned for Argyle's 0-0 draw against relegation rivals Dagenham and Redbridge and kept his place for the rest of the season.
He is the fifth and final player to accept a new contract, along with Joe Lennox, Ollie Chenoweth, Durrell Berry and Warren Feeney.