The latest player to add his name to next season’s squad is striker Louis Moult who has agreed a new contract for 2015/16.
After arriving from Nuneaton Town in the summer of 2014, he has played 42 times, 10 of those as a substitute, and notched 17 goals, including one on Saturday at Altrincham and one in each leg of our FA Trophy semi-final against Torquay United.
“Delighted to be staying, as this club has been fantastic to me since the day I signed,” he said.
“If I’m honest, it’s really felt like home. I’ve enjoyed playing for the club and I want to carry on doing that.”
The 22-year-old moved to Wrexham after a year at the Liberty Way ground. A former apprentice with Stoke City, he appeared with the Potters in the Premiership, but then had extended loan spells with Bradford City and several Conference sides before joining Northampton Town in 2012.
He was reunited with his former manager Kevin Wilkin after turning down the offer of a new deal with Nuneaton.