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Tokely happy to stay at ICT

By Graham Linton

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ROSS Tokely has conceded it would have been difficult to contemplate playing his football elsewhere other than Caley Thistle next season.

The club's longest-serving player put pen to paper on a new one-year deal last week and was pleased to have finally sorted out his future, particularly with his impending nuptials.

"I have taken time to get things right, but I always wanted to stay at Inverness and it would have been hard to move elsewhere," said the 32-year-old.

"Penning the new deal is an ideal present to myself before my wedding.

"I'm glad it's all over so that I can focus on the wedding and after that, another SPL season where we need to hit the ground running."

Tokely has been at Caley Thistle since signing for the club from Highland League side Huntly in 1996. He has made 557 appearances for Inverness during this time.

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