Welsh Premier League
Published 19th June 2011
Rose rejected other offers to remain at the Gen-Quip stadium and the popular centre forward will lead the forward line for his sixth season at the club.
After a troublesome groin injury restricted Rose to just eighteen appearances last season, Mark Jones said he is delighted to have him back at the club next season fully fit: “He`s back fit and when he`s fit he`s a real handful, and I`m really pleased to have him as our centre forward.
“It`s like getting a new player; he`s been out since just before Christmas. He`s still only 26 and I see him as one of the best three strikers in the league. To get him back for next season is tremendous. He was targeted by a couple of the bigger-spending clubs in our league but he`s decided to stay with us which obviously I`m pleased about.”
After joining the club from the Welsh League in 2006, Rose has gone to score eighty-five league goals for the club in just 172 matches, earning a reputation as one of the league`s most feared strikers.