Left-back Jordan Cranston has agreed to extend his stay at Meadow Lane...
The former Wolves full-back arrived in September on a short-term deal until January, but the club were keen to secure the 20-year-old's signature.
The attacking full-back has played eight times for the Magpies after arriving from Nuneaton Town earlier this campaign and has been a big part of the team's defensive success.
The number 33 has put pen-to-paper on a new 18-month deal and could feature tonight at Barnsley, as the Magpies seek a tenth game unbeaten.
He told the Official Site: "I didn't really have a good pre-season, but now I'm feeling like I belong and I'm settled.
"It wasn't a hard decision. It's first team football at the end of the day and I'm delighted to have secured my future.
"I've settled in well and now I'm looking to carry on our good form, with a decent result at Barnsley tonight.
"I'd like to thank Greg and the Gaffer, and of course Mick Halsall who helped me get my move originally.
"My target is now to try and stay in the team, get a string of performances, help the lads out and hopefully have a successful season."