Romain Saiss signs new deal until 2021. Wolves midfielder Romain Saiss has signed a new contract with the club until 2021. The Morocco international, who joined from French side Angers in August 2016, has made more than 80 appearances for Wolves and featured in 38 of their 46 matches during last season’s promotion to the Premier League. Saiss, 28, has had less playing time in this campaign, featuring in 13 of Wolves’ 26 top-flight games.
He is the third first-team player to extend his stay at Molineux this month
He is the third first-team player to extend his stay at Molineux this month, following new deals for Conor Coady and Matt Doherty. Saiss told the club’s website: “I’m very happy to sign a new deal with this club. It was very important for me because since the new owners bought the club, I’m here to have a big part in this project.
“I came here to try to help the club get into the Premier League
“I came here to try to help the club get into the Premier League, we achieved that, and now we have to continue in this way, to help the club to grow every year to become a very big club in England. I’m very happy to have a part in this big project.
“I’ve been here three years now, so everything is good for me and my family
“I’ve been here three years now, so everything is good for me and my family. We like living in England, we like living here, playing at this club, in this stadium, with these fans, so everything is fantastic and is good for me.”