Murray returns to Stags
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 22-year-old return to the club following an initial a two-month loan spell with The Stags in early 2002 when he was under contract to Derby County.
Despite signing an 18-month contract in January with Jan Molby's side, the former Notts County and Burton Albion player left the Worcestershire-based outfit for an undisclosed fee as Kidderminster aim to reduce their wage bill.
Murray has signed a two-year contract on reduced wages to play at Field Mill, with his agent Gino Culbertson claiming his client was impressed with manager Curle and the club.
"We were surprised at the time that Kidderminster let Adam go, but it was mainly financial," Culbertson told skysports.com.
"A number of clubs showed an interest, but Adam was impressed with Mansfield and with Keith Curle."
Murray told Mansfield's official website of his desire to resurrect his flagging career with the League Two club.
"It's good to be back. I enjoyed my time at Mansfield the last time I was here and have wanted to come back for some time, but the opportunity never arose," Murray said.
"I am confident that Keith (Curle) and John (Gannon) are the people to help me get my career back on track and I hope I can do them justice."
Meanwhile, Curle is continuing to sign his players to new contracts for next season, with defender Jake Buxton and goalkeeper Jason White both agreeing fresh terms with the Nottinghamshire-based outfit.
Buxton has signed a one-year deal, while White has penned a two-year contract with The Stags.