Reynolds hoping for Maddison extension
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Quakers chief hopes to extend the 33-year-old's deal at the Feethams Ground, with his current contract expiring in the summer.
The news comes as a complete turnaround to what the former Middlesbrough player was told earlier this month, when Darlo admitted he was free to leave the North East club at the end of the season.
However, Reynolds hopes he can negotiate a deal that will keep the Darlington-born Maddison at the club beyond the current campaign.
"I'll be talking to Neil soon and hopefully we can work something out," Reynolds told The Northern Echo.
"We'll be discussing terms for next season and if it's acceptable he'll stay with us.
"You can see how much the club means to him and these are the kind of players we want."
The Quakers were busy putting pen-to-paper with players before Thursday's transfer deadline.
Leeds United youngster Tom Newey joined on loan until the end of the season and Blackburn Rovers' Jimmy Corbett also extended his loan stay at Darlo till the season's end.
Defender Matthew Clarke also extended his contract with the Division Three side for a further 12 months.