Boro winger signs new contract
Middlesbrough have announced that winger Marvin Johnson has recently signed a new contract.
The midfielder who was used in several positions for Middlesbrough last season, either as a winger, a full-back and a wing back, is very happy to have extended his stay with the club.
His versatility across the pitch is greatly appreciated by his manager, Neil Warnock, who was very pleased to have him tied to a new deal.
"I'm delighted Marvin has signed a new contract," he said.
"Since I came here he has improved on a weekly basis and I'm delighted to keep him here."
"He was excellent for us during the end of last season, I've been really pleased with what I've seen, and I think I can improve him even more during my time here."
The versatile winger who signed for Boro in 2017 under former manager Gary Monk has made 60 appearances to his name for his club. He has also found the net on two occasions and registered eight assists.
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He was used in every game when Neil Warnock took the reigns with eight games to go, as he was the preferred option ahead of homegrown youngster Hayden Coulson in the pecking order.