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22 May 2014

Iron defender Luke Waterfall is delighted to have signed a new deal with the club.

The 23-year-old penned a one-year contract on Wednesday to extend his stay at Glanford Park, after making 10 appearances last year, scoring in his first start, which was in the important 1-1 away draw at Chesterfield.

"I'm delighted. We've got a good set of lads here," Waterfall told The Iron Player.

"I want to play a few more games this year than I did last season.

"That couldn't be helped though because Niall Canavan and David Mirfin were so good. I didn't really have an argument to be honest.

"It was an easy decision to stay. It's ideal for me travelling-wise and it's a good club.

"It will be another big step-up but hopefully one that we can all cope with and adjust to.

"We'll just have to see what League One brings.

"If I can get more game time and chip in with the odd goal, that would be great."

See much more from Luke Waterfall, Callum Howe and Russ Wilcox on The Iron Player.

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