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Football League media talk

2 December 2014

A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.

Conor Wilkinson signs new Bolton contract (BBC): Bolton Wanderers striker Conor Wilkinson has agreed a contract extension until 2018.

Bradford City loan keeper tipped to achieve Premier status (Bradford Telegraph & Argus): Jordan Pickford has what it takes to blossom into a Premier League regular one day, according to City team-mate James Meredith.

Former Pilgrims' defender Stephane Zubar rates Argyle as promotion contenders (Plymouth Herald): Former Plymouth Argyle defender Stephane Zubar has tipped the Pilgrims as one of the favourites for promotion from League 2.

Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett: 'It's hard to make excuses'(BBC): Wolves boss Kenny Jackett admitted it was hard to make excuses for his team after seeing his side suffer a fourth straight Championship defeat.

Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis set to crack the whip on player fitness (The Sentinel): Steve Davis's players will undergo a "mini pre-season" training regime during their two-week break from League One action.

Newport County are starting pre-season all over again (South Wales Argus): Newport County’s players have been warned they are facing a mini pre-season with no game for the Exiles in the next fortnight.

Tough times will not break Norwich City’s Neil Adams (Eastern Daily Press): Norwich City boss Neil Adams insists the toughest spell of his fledgling managerial career will not break him.

Terry Hawkridge feels he can improve in role as makeshift right-back at Scunthorpe United (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Scunthorpe United’s Terry Hawkridge is enjoying his stint at right-back and feels he can improve in his new found position.

Bryn Morris looking forward to learning on his month's loan from Middlesbrough (Burton Mail): Bryn Morris is relishing his chance to be involved with the first team squad at Burton Albion – both on and off the pitch.

These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.

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