Swindon Town Football Club are delighted to confirm Paul Caddis has extended his stay at the County Ground.
The 31-year-old right-back has signed an 18-month deal, subject to EFL approval, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2020/21 season. On New Year’s Day, the Scotsman made his 100th appearance for the club setting up the winner against Plymouth Argyle.
Since his return to Swindon, Caddis has been an ever-present in the Swindon back four and has kept four clean sheets in his nine games, losing only one game since coming back to SN1
Caddis returned to the club in November nine years after first switching to the west country and went straight into the squad for Richie Wellens’ side’s win over Salford City back in the penultimate month of the year.
The Scotsman first joined Swindon from Celtic back in 2010 and went on to captain the side to League Two promotion under Paolo Di Canio.
In total he spent three years in Wiltshire after arriving alongside Simon Ferry from the Bhoys.
In his time at the County Ground he made 92 appearances scoring six goals in total – in the 2011/12 season, he was a mainstay under Di Canio in one of the most memorable seasons in the club’s history.
In 2012, he led Swindon out at Wembley in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy where Town ultimately lost to Chesterfield.
Following his move away in 2013, Caddis spent time with Birmingham, in the Championship - after originally heading there on-loan from Swindon – Bury, Blackburn and Bradford.