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Club favourite Jake Buxton has made his return to the Pirelli Stadium, putting pen-to-paper in a one-year deal after his Wigan Athletic contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
Buxton was an integral member of Burton’s 2008/09 team that won promotion to the Football League and will be linking up with boss Nigel Clough for the third third time in his career as the Brewers plan for their second season in the Championship.
The reaction of fans has been overwhelmingly positive, with supporters appraising "Bucko" as a “quality defender brimming with passion and fight” and “another quality signing” to boost the arrival of veteran full-back Stephen Warnock yesterday.
It is just another example of how the Brewers are getting their summer business done early, with four signings already in the bag and just Tom Flanagan left to sign a new contract of the eight offered new terms back in May.
It is a good preparation for the start of pre-season training tomorrow.
Staying on the transfer front, Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has opened up on the possibility of Blades full-back John Brayford returning to the Pirelli after impressing on loan last season.
The deal to sign Brayford - who made 33 appearances last term for Albion - would likely be a permanent one, with the 29-year-old entering the final year of his contract.
And Wilder suggests he will have a discussion with opposite number Clough about a possible move.
"I should imagine I will be having a conversation with Nigel about John. If there is a deal to be done, we will try and do it," Wilder told the Yorkshire Post.
Elsewhere, a Sky Sports revamp could see Brewers fans able to get their sports fix at a cheaper rate in the future.
Due to the nature of their Championship status, Albion fans saw the club operate at a higher level, with three of their fixtures - including two league games - broadcast live last season.
Sky Sports chiefs are be replacing the numbered channels and instead iwll be broadcasting with more specific branded channels as a result of the success of their Formula One channel.
Pitched as a replacement for paying £50 for the full package, the cheapest package available will cost £18.