Defender finally puts pen to paper on extended deal.
Jack Grimmer put pen to paper this morning on the deal to keep him here after his parent club Fulham gave permission for Vale to keep him until the end of the season.
It was announced before Saturday's home game against Swindon Town that a deal with the Premier League outfit had been agreed, but it wasn't finalised until earlier today.
The young defender has impressed in his short time here at Vale Park and he is looking forward to extending his stay and improving his game at the same time.
He said: “I got things finally signed this morning before training. It was a bit later than I would have liked because there were some issued I was not involved in and I will happily stay clear of, but I am just happy it is finally sorted until the end of the season.
“I have got plenty of game time since I came here, but it is not just the game time that has been beneficial to me, it is being around the players that I am with and the manager himself.
“Everything that they tell you is always going to improve your game, it is never going to set you back in any way, but especially playing in the games and getting a good run under my belt is what I came here to do and I am thankful that the manager has given me the chance.