Date: 26th November 2014 at 2:47pm
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Michael Brown has made an influential return to the Port Vale side in the past couple of weeks; the veteran isn’t keen to drop out of the side anytime soon.

Nor is he keen to hang up his boots for that matter!

The suspension of Chris Lines this weekend should mean that the 37-year-old keeps his place in the starting XI for a third successive game against Gillingham and if he’s as influential as he was in the one-nil win over Rochdale and the one-nil defeat against Milton Keynes Dons last time out he should keep his role for a while to come.

Brown will be 38 in January but he still feels he has a couple more seasons left in his legs with him looking to stay at Vale Park for the next two-years if we want him as playing until he’s 40 has been his aim.

He says that he feels good, the more he plays the better he feels in fact. Brown signed a one-year contract last summer so it’ll be a case of seeing how the ground lies at the end of the season but if Brown wants to play on until he’s 40 I can’t see why not, if his level of performance of late are an indication of what he can do going forward.

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