Rotherham United have extended the contract of midfielder Will Vaulks by a further year which means he will be with the Millers until the summer of 2020.
After coming through the Youth Ranks with Tranmere Rovers the now twenty-five year old left Prenton Park in February 2013 joining Falkirk and going on to make over one hundred appearances for them.
The summer of 2016 saw Will join the Millers making his debut in the first game of the season at the New York Stadium when Wolverhampton Wanderers were the visitors his first goal for the club coming in that two-all draw. Since then he’s gone on to play another one hundred and thirty appearances and waded in with fourteen goals making his backflip celebration one of the best the Rotherham fans have seen.
When the Rotherham captain Richard Wood is out then Will has taken over the captain’s armband on many occasions.
In the last year or so there have been rumours of various clubs being interested in Will and just this weekend Welsh Manager Ryan Giggs was in the crowd at the New York Stadium with it being thought he was thinking of recruiting the Millers number four for Wales, who would qualify through his mum.