Tadcaster Albion have announced that defender Josh Barrett has agreed to stay with the club who will be members of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier East next season.
Fans` favourite Barrett made forty-four appearances last season and was an integral part of the defence that kept an impressive seventeen clean sheets.
The pacey centre-back, who will kick-off his sixth season with the Brewers in August, also chipped in with 3 goals last year.
Barrett told the club`s Pitchero website: “Signing for Taddy again was a no brainer for me. I really enjoyed playing under Mikey Morton and Simon Collins last season it was just a shame we fell short in the play-offs, but I have no doubt we can do it next year.
“Objectives for next year are hitting automatic promotion, if not then play-offs as well as being the most dominant team in the league.
“I am already excited to get going next season, I have been given the opportunity to play for a club that is close to my heart with great supporters.”
Manager Michael Morton said on securing the defender for another season: “We are delighted to secure Josh’s services for another year. He had a brilliant season once again last year and he is a massive part of our plans moving forward.”
Barrett becomes the second player to commit to next season after goalkeeper Michael Ingham earlier pledged his future to the club.