Date: 28th June 2017 at 12:24pm
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Striker Ellis Harrison has today agreed a new deal to stay with Bristol Rovers.

Harrison has been with Rovers all his career apart from a short loan spell at Hartlepool. He signed his first professional contract in the summer of 2012. Harrison has made 74 starts for Rovers since 2012 with a further 84 appearances from the bench. The 23 year old has scored 35 times for Rovers including four in one game last season against Northampton Town.

Ellis said to The Official Website; “The fans are the biggest reason behind me signing a new contract. They are very passionate and I`m looking forward to playing in front of them again next season.”

“The Manager obviously wants to progress and I’m glad that the contract has now been signed and completed ahead of the start of pre-season training.”

“Last season was very disappointing for me and I didn’t get anywhere near the targets I set myself, but this year I’m determined to achieve the goals I set myself.”


Darrell Clarke revealed today that Harrison could have been sold for a six figure fee during that time.

 

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