By Full Contact News and Views
Reice, 20, signed an initial one year deal for the Sky Blues in the summer after choosing to leave former club Bury. Steven Pressley’s side chose to then loan Reice out to Conference Premier neighbours Nuneaton Town, and he has so far played every minute in their 13 league fixtures so far.
Reice has put to paper on a new contract which commits him to Coventry City until the end of the 2015/2016 season.
Lee Payne, head of Full Contact’s Football Agency team, said “Reice has done a good job so far at Nuneaton and really learnt from the experience. He had a short loan in the Conference South division before, and of course last season made two appearances in League Two, but there is no substitute for regular games at a good level for a young keeper and to see Reice put 13 games together on the bounce has been very pleasing. Coventry have been excellent, keeping a regular eye on how he has been doing, and I know Steven Pressley and Steve Ogrizovic have been to watch him whenever they can, and of course they work with Reice on a day to day basis too. As a result they decided they wanted to sit down now, rather than leave it until later in the season, and agree terms for a longer contract, which we and Reice were delighted to do. It’s a good reward for all of the hard work and development Reice has put in, and we look forward to seeing him go from strength to strength.”
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