Defender earns Preston deal
Luke Foster has done enough to earn himself a contract with Preston, having been playing initially under "non-contract" terms.
The defender, known to Graham Westley from his time at Stevenage, was released by Rotherham at the end of last season and had been training with The Lilywhites before joining the club on a non-contract in December.
Foster has impressed enough to get himself a contract until the end of the season at least so this gives the 27-year-old some security, and also prevents Preston losing him to another club.
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