KIERAN KENNEDY “wouldn’t think twice” about extending his stay at Wrexham - and that will make his family happy.

Kennedy opted to try his hand at League Two Port Vale after turning down a new deal with Wrexham in the summer.

But opportunities to impress were limited and Kennedy is delighted to be back playing regular football at The Racecourse.

“I wouldn’t think twice about it,” said Kennedy when asked about extending his loan spell, which will end in the New Year. “It’s obviously not in my hands. I’ve got to prove to the gaffer that I’m worth keeping.”

And Kennedy revealed that he has made his family happy after rejoining the Reds.

“I’ve not enjoyed it since I was here last,” said the 26-year-old. "It’s a nightmare not playing. I think my missus probably pays the biggest price. I’ll be honest, all my family wanted me to sign here last year, but I had to make a decision, which didn’t work out.

“I’m delighted to back here. When I rang my mum and told my Mrs they were delighted. It’s a family club and the way you get treated is brilliant and it’s not like that everywhere.

“I couldn’t enjoy it more here.”