Striker Paddy Madden completes permanent move to Yeovil Town
STRIKER Paddy Madden has officially become a Yeovil Town player after this week completing a permanent switch to Huish Park from Carlisle United.
The 22-year-old Irishman has proved a revelation since making a loan move in October, and scored his eighth and ninth goals in green and white hoops against Leyton Orient on Tuesday.
Glovers' boss Gary Johnson, right, confirmed Madden's contracted move after the final whistle, with Yeovil paying an undisclosed fee for the front man's services.
"Paddy's our player," said Johnson. "I have been dropping little hints for a while to everyone but I have not been able to say too much.
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"We very early on spotted his potential and we felt early on that we would try and broker a deal for him to come here full time and that is what we have done.
"The paperwork will go through, it has already been agreed and Paddy Madden is a Yeovil Town player and from day one always was.
Madden added: "I am buzzing. Gary Johnson gave me my chance, he had faith in me, brought me down here and gave me a chance with league football. I am hopefully repaying that now. "