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Ben Foster reveals the special conditions that will see him stay at Wrexham for another year

Ben Foster reveals the special conditions that will see him stay at Wrexham for another year

Wrexham goalkeeper Ben Foster reveals his contract conditions.

Goalkeeper Ben Foster has revealed the special conditions in his contract that will see him remain at Wrexham next season.

The former Manchester United and England goalkeeper Foster came out of retirement back in March to join then National League side Wrexham who are owned by Hollywood A-listers Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

Despite only featuring in eight games, he played a crucial part in their title-winning campaign and subsequent promotion by producing a last-minute penalty to save in a victory over the club's closest challengers Notts County.

Following their promotion Reynolds and McElhenney were keen to tie Foster down to a new contract keeping him at the club for next season.

After deliberating, the goalkeeper recently confirmed that he would be playing for them next season with flexibility being a huge condition of the deal, as per The Mail.

What did Foster say?

Speaking on The Fellas Podcast, the 40-year-old said: "They'd have to be flexible with me with sort of days off basically. Like I said earlier I live a couple hours away from Wrexham.

"So if I'm driving to training then that's two hours and then I'll train, and then to get home you've got to get through M6 through Birmingham, take you three hours sometimes.

"In the six weeks I did the club were so good with me. They were so flexible. They gave me sort of extra days off.

"We would play on a Saturday, they'd give me Sunday and Monday off. I'd train on Tuesday, we'd all have a day off on Wednesday anyway. I'd only be training really three days."

Foster has struck up a good relationship with Deadpool star and owner Reynolds and revealed how he gave him one of the gloves he wore in the movie as a gift after Wrexham lifted the title.

He will now fight to keep his spot as the club's number one as they return to the Football League.

The club already have several quality players who are considered to be better than the level Wrexham are at, and if they improve further they could be in with a chance of another promotion.

Featured Image Credit: The Fellas Podcast/Ryan Reynolds

Topics: Ben Foster, Wrexham, Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, League Two, Football