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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Buddies midfielder decided to stay in Paisley after signing a new one-year deal in May.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ryan Flynn insists it was an easy decision to stay a Buddie. That’s because the experienced St Mirren midfielder believes staying where he feels settled gives him the best chance of extending his top- flight career. The 33-year old signed a new one-year deal in May shortly after making his 100th appearance for the club. A firm fans’ favourite, Flynn revealed he didn’t take much persuading from Stephen Robinson to recommit his future to Saints. Speaking exclusively to Renfrewshire Live Sport, Flynn said: “Everyone knows I’ve really enjoyed my time here and I was delighted to get another deal sorted. “As soon as the gaffer asked me it was a very easy decision to make. I didn’t take much convincing at all. “As soon as I came here I settled very, very quickly. It’s been a good while now already and long may it continue. “I was looking forward to pre-season and starting the season straight away. “I want to stay here as long as I can and prove myself at the highest level for as long as I can. “The future looks bright here and I want to be a part of that.” Read More Related Articles Curtis Main says St Mirren must take positives from Motherwell performance and gives fitness update Read More Related Articles Stephen Robinson 'totally committed' to St Mirren as manager blasts Motherwell link Utilised more as a squad player in recent seasons, Flynn made his first appearance of the new campaign as a half-time substitute for Mark O’Hara in St Mirren’s opening day clash with Motherwell. The former Sheffield United star is adamant he’s always ready to step into the breach for the club when needed. Flynn said: “I just want to keep playing and make sure I’m fit enough to step up when required. “Hopefully Mark is okay after his knock.
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. “You have to make sure that when you come in the team performance continues, it’s not about myself. “You have to do the job for the team and I’m always fighting to make that happen.”
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Related Articles Layla Philip predicts 'special' season for St Mirren Women as team spirit soars While the Buddies performed well against the Steelmen on Sunday, they ultimately came away empty-handed without a point to show for their dominance. Flynn would have been happy if the roles had been reversed and St Mirren had pinched the victory against the run of play, but feels he and his teammates must not be too hard on themselves ahead of Saturday’s trip to Aberdeen. Flynn added: “It was a sore one to take against Motherwell. “We created so many chances, but you’ve got to take them when you’re on top in the game. “Our build-up was very good throughout the game. We’ve got to take the positives. “Playing well never makes losing easier. You’d take a scrappy 1-0 win over that every single time. “There’s not a lot more we could have done. We were creating good chances, getting plenty of crosses into the box and finding our targets. “Liam Kelly made some very good saves and sometimes you’ve got to credit the keeper.
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