Seb commits future to the DonsAFC Wimbledon can confirm that our goalkeeper Seb Brown has this afternoon signed a new contract.
Seb, who joined the Dons in 2009 after starting his career with Brentford, has put pen to paper on an improved deal to his existing contract. It now means that manager Terry Brown has secured the future of another of his key players after Jack Midson signed a new contract two weeks ago.
At the age of just 22, Seb has been AFC Wimbledon's regular number one for the last two seasons and he made 44 League 2 appearances in 2011/12. Terry Brown believes that Seb will only get better and better after his debut Football League season. "I think it is important to have continuity in terms of keeping your key players, but it also has to mean something to them," Terry said. "Everyone knows that Seb's whole family support the club and that he is also a supporter. For him to help take us into the Football League was massive for him. I expect Seb to be much stronger next season, mainly just because he has now had that experience in League 2. He is still very young in goalkeeping terms and I think he will be fantastic for us in the long-term."
Seb Brown said: "It is great to have it finally sorted out. It has not been a massive deal for me as I have basically been away on holiday since the day after the end-of-season do. My agent has kept me informed with discussions. But it is nice to now have it signed and sealed. I can now get on with working on the things that I need to improve upon.
"It is good that we have kept some of the players from last season and the signings that we have made look impressive. Obviously, we will have to see how they gel, but on paper it looks like we have made a promising clutch of signings."