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Addison extends Derby deal

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Derby utility player Miles Addison has signed a new two-year deal at Pride Park.

The 22-year-old, who has committed himself to the Rams until the summer of 2013, returned to full fitness during the second half of last season after 10 months out following foot surgery.

"Miles has shown great character in the last few seasons to recover from his foot injury," said Derby chief executive Tom Glick.

"Prior to that he was a player recognised with great potential and had just been capped by England Under-21s.

"We've extended Miles' contract because we believe as he gets his match fitness back he'll again show that he can be a force in this division, and even higher."

Addison made his first-team debut for Derby in 2006 while still a scholar in the academy and has made a total 77 appearances.

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