LLOYD Dyer has signed a new one-year deal with Burton Albion.
The 34-year-old played a key part in the Brewers first season in the Championship, making his debut in the opening game against Nottingham Forest and scoring the first of his seven goals.
“I thoroughly enjoyed it last year,” he said. “When I signed, everyone said we were going to get relegated but we didn’t and that was a massive achievement for us.
“I never thought we would get relegated. We have a great team spirit and that was what got us through. We also have great ability in the squad and people have underestimated us.
“It was a good season for the club and when I checked I found out that I had equalled the most goals I have scored in the Championship so overall it has been a good season for me as well.”
The spectacular strike against Aston Villa gave Dyer the most satisfaction.
“Growing up I was a Villa fan so when I scored that goal it was a nice feeling.”