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Diego Castro eyes off A-League title

  • Diego Castro eyes off A-League title

    PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - APRIL 03: Diego Castro of the Glory gestures to the shed after scoring during the round 26 A-League match between the Perth Glory and Melbourne City FC at nib Stadium on April 3, 2016 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Johnny Warren medallist Diego Castro will remain with Perth Glory for another season.

The Spanish winger, who scored 13 goals last season to be named the A-League's player of the year, has signed on to stay with the club for the 2016-17 season.

"After the year we've just had, I feel we have a lot of unfinished business at Perth Glory and I want to win a championship," Castro said.

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"Nothing more would make me happy than to be part of a revitalised team that's ready to hit the ground running and go all the way and win our first premiership and championship."

Castro also swept the club's awards night earlier this year, picking up five awards including most glorious player and players' player of the year.

The Glory have also confirmed they have re-signed 34-year-old captain Richard Garcia, who will also take up a mentoring role in the club.

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