Liam Grimshaw has extended his stay at Motherwell, penning a new deal until the summer of 2022.
Across two spells, the versatile Yorkshireman has been a hit amongst Well fans. His passionate displays plus his versatile ability to play midfield, right-back or right-wing has made him a popular figure.
He first arrived at Fir Park on loan from Manchester United in 2015. He departed after an impressive six-months for Preston but found himself back at Fir Park in 2017.
Grimshaw’s been in North Lanarkshire ever since and has put pen to paper on another new deal. He signed one last year but that was due to expire in the upcoming summer.
It’s another boost for Stephen Robinson. Already in recent times, Trevor Carson, Liam Donnelly, Dean Cornelius and James Scott are just some of the names to put pen to paper on new Well deals.
With the likes of Mark Gillespie and Chris Long out of contract, he’ll look to get more extension work done. Getting Grimshaw tied down though is a positive move by the Well boss.
Speaking about his new contract in a club announcement, Grimshaw says he’s happy to be staying in familiar territory: “I’m really happy to be staying at a place I consider to be home.
“Motherwell is a club where I am settled and I’m looking forward to what lies ahead for us as a team.”