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Thursday, 17 January, 2002, 12:53 GMT
Silkmen reward Wilson
Crewe defender Steve Macauley
Moss wants to bring in Crewe defender Macauley
Macclesfield goalkeeper Steve Wilson is to be rewarded for his impressive run of form with a new contract which will keep him at Moss Rose until the end of the season.

Wilson joined the Silkmen from Hull City on a six-month contract at the start of the campaign and has done enough to convince manager David Moss to keep him on.

"He has done smashing," said Moss.

"He came in as a number two, forced his way into the team and has done nothing to alter that position."

Wilson is unlikely to figure in Saturday's match with Swansea though.

The 27-year-old is suffering with a gashed knee, so Lee Martin set to return.

Moss is not renewing the contracts of Richard Eyre and Steve Hodgson.

He has also told youngsters Mike Bamber and Adam Morris that their contracts will not be extended in the summer.

Meanwhile, Moss is looking to bring Crewe defender Steve Macauley back to the club once he has recovered from a hand injury.

The experienced central defender cut short his successful loan spell because of the injury but Moss hopes to re-sign him in a couple of weeks.

"He's the one that I want and I will wait. I want him back as soon as possible," said Moss.

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