Fleetwood Town head coach Uwe Rosler says he is ‘excited for the future’ after signing a new contract with the club.
Rosler penned a deal to keep him as the Cod Army’s head coach until the summer of 2020 on Tuesday, after overseeing a record breaking campaign last season.
Town finished fourth and just missed out to Bradford City in the playoff semi-finals, with Rosler now keen to look to the future.
“I think my first year has confirmed everything for me that I was wishing when I signed in the first place,” said Rosler.
“Fleetwood Town is a unique club doing things differently to a lot of other clubs and I like that. What excites me about this club is that we have a clear DNA, we make it clear what we stand for and what we are going for in players.
“I think this clarity impresses me and for me we will have to build a new team after losing some very important players – that excites me.
“I look forward to working with the players, the leaders of the club and all the staff members. I enjoy myself here and the most important thing is when at work to enjoy yourself.”