Spiller keen to stay with Daggers

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Dagenham midfielder Danny Spiller is hopeful of extending his stay with John Still's side when his short-term contract expires next week.

The former Gillingham midfielder has been a hit with the Daggers since signing in September despite injury problems and wants to remain with the club.

He told the Barking & Dagenham Post: "My contract is up in January, but hopefully I will sit down with the manager and work something out."

He added: "It's been nothing but a pleasure working with John Still, Terry Harris and Wayne Burnett, along with the lads too.

"I'm more than happy to be a Dagenham player and want to try to push on and get us back into the promotion race."

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