Good news: Derby county man has successful inked a new contract with an option for further more years…

Derby County is well-positioned to sustain their momentum going forward as they get ready for life in the Championship. Along with Portsmouth and Oxford United, they were promoted from League One after placing second in the standings.

Collins, 33, was scheduled to become a free agent after his contract with Pride Park expired at the end of June. Since joining his current club in 2022, he has played in 98 games across all competitions and scored 31 goals, 19 of which came in the previous season.

Journalist O’Rourke has written on X that he intends to stay put in the most recent update regarding his future with Paul Warne’s team. He had connections to Shrewsbury  Town last summer, according to the Shropshire Star, but ultimately nothing happened on that front.

Derby County contract latest

Derby County made a wise decision in keeping Collins, who adds experience to the team.

He has previous experience playing in the second tier and offers valuable competition and depth in attacking areas.
Collins played for Swindon Town, Hibernian, Northampton Town, Shrewsbury Town, Cardiff City, and Luton Town before beginning his professional career at Aston Villa.

During his four years at Kenilworth Road, the former Republic of Ireland international, who earned thirteen caps, assisted the latter in their ascent from League Two to the Championship.

He has proven to be a valuable addition to the Rams, and their success in the previous campaign was mostly due to his goals.

What next for Derby County?

Warne’s side have delved into the market recently to bring in versatile Ben Osborn following his exit from Sheffield United.

They are in the hunt for some more reinforcements as they look to freshen up their ranks and bring in some more quality


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