Rosenior agrees new Hull deal

BY foxsports • June 26, 2013

Jacques Maghoma has agreed a two-year deal with Sheffield Wednesday.

The 25-year-old winger joined Burton Albion in 2009 after coming through the academy ranks at Tottenham.

Maghoma helped Burton reach the League Two play-offs last season, scoring 18 goals.

"This is a massive move for me and having walked into the stadium, I can't wait to get started," said Maghoma.

"I really enjoyed my four years at Burton but the time is right for me to move onto the next stage of my career and this is it.

"I am a very ambitious player, I always work hard on my game from the left and from the right and I always want to improve.

"I am very confident I will do that at Sheffield Wednesday."

Maghoma, who was linked with numerous clubs, will join Dave Jones' side on July 1 after his contract with the Brewers expires.

Rosenior's current deal is due to expire next month, but the club have moved to secure the full-back on a new two-year contract.

The 28-year-old has established himself as a key player at Hull since arriving on a free transfer in 2010.

The former Fulham and Reading man made 36 appearances last season as he helped Steve Bruce's side secure promotion to the Premier League.

Bruce was keen to keep hold of Rosenior as he plans for life back in the top flight and he is set to follow James Chester in becoming the latest star to pledge his future to the Tigers.


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