Michael Ledger has committed his future to the Club by signing a new contract to keep him at The Brewery Field into the 2023/24 National League North campaign.
The versatile defender joined Moors last August after earning a deal on the back of a successful pre-season trial, and he went on to make 27 appearances throughout the season.
Ledger produced some of his best form during the second half of 2022/23, producing a catalogue of consistent displays whether utilised in the centre of defence or in the full-back role.
The former Sunderland youngster was out of contract at the end of the season but has been in negotiations with the Club and the 26-year-old has now put pen to paper on a fresh deal.
“We’re delighted that Michael is staying with us,” said Moors First Team Coach, Lewis Dickman.
“I have known him a long, long time and he’s a loyal, hard-working lad who will never let you down and he’s someone you can rely on week in and week out.
“He will be an asset for us on the pitch but he’s also a good person to have around the Club because he’s always willing to go the extra mile to help on the community side too.
“He finished last season extremely strongly and, looking forward to next year, I am sure he’s going to be an integral part of the squad as we look to achieve our ambitions.”
Ledger’s contract extension marks another piece of good business for Moors after Reece Staunton became the first summer signing when he arrived following his departure Bradford (Park Avenue).