Crawley Town manager Richie Barker is delighted his star central defender has pledged to stay at the club.
This follows two bids from an undisclosed club in the run-up to the transfer window deadline on Monday night.
Interest in Nicky Adams did not materialise in a formal bid being received. Barker said: “I am really pleased Kyle has decided to stay and this is a reward for they way we do things and providing a happy, good environment for players to improve.
“Interest for Nicky Adams came through his agent but we did not actually receive a bid from anyone. When I realised that Kyle and Nicky were both staying I didn’t try to recruit any more players as we have just signed Emile Sinclair.
“I like to reward players for playing well.”
Crawley hope to follow-up their two impressive displays at Peterborough Utd and Wolves with another good performance when they return to the Checkatrade.com Stadium this Saturday for their League 1 clash with Gillingham.
Barker said: “It will be tough as they will have the momentum from last year. Any team managered by Martin Allen will be good.”