Date:Thursday January 12 2006
Negotiations with Harper have been ongoing for the last two months and there has been interest from other clubs.
His new contract is said to be for two and a half years and will come a relief to many Reading fans who had been expecting the worst.
Speaking to the Reading Evening Post Harper said: ďMy agent is going to have a chat with the club on Monday and I reckon things should be done in the next couple of weeks. I wonít let things run until the summer.
ďIím not greedy and Iím not asking for stupid money and hopefully it will be sorted out. I havenít been stalling, I just wanted to make sure we have stayed on track and I have just been concentrating on playing and doing well.
ďThere are good times ahead for this club. I donít want to leave what could be the most successful Reading team ever.Ē
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