Dave Tarpey has turned down the chance for a move into the Football League this summer by signing a new contract at Maidenhead.
United will be playing in the National League for the first time next season.
But the part timers were expected to tackle the league with the striker who has scored 46 goals in all competitions.
In the January transfer window the 27 year old forward was being watched by Wycombe, Portsmouth and also MK Dons.
But he will stay – and manager Alan Devonshire is delighted.
But Tarpey isn’t the only one of their championship winners who have committed their future to the club.
Max Kilman, Chris Smith and James Comley have been tied down to deal for the new season.
Added to that, central defenders Dean Inman and Alan Massey have put pen to paper.
Tarpey’s signature is a real book as he said he has “no hesitation” in pledging himself to the Magpies.
“It’s been a great season and this is where I wanted to play my football,” he said. “It’s so important to enjoy your game and I have loved every minute this season.”