Mark Anderson has become the latest player to commit his future to Moors after he put pen to paper on a new contract at The Brewery Field.
The influential midfielder has been with the Club since 2016 and has become a real fans’ favourite after winning promotion in his first season and delivering a catalogue of consistent performances during the years since.
Last term the 34-year-old made 33 appearances in all competitions and chipped in with five goals, often hitting the net in spectacular fashion from distance.
New Moors boss Jamie Chandler was keen to retain the services of the cultured midfield man and a deal has now been struck which sees Anderson extend his stay into the 2023/24 National League North campaign.
“We’re absolutely delighted to keep Mark on board,” said Moors Assistant Manager, Lewis Dickman.
“As was said with James (Curtis) and Michael (Ledger), we have a good nucleus here who are valuable to us because they understand the fabric and the DNA of Spennymoor Town.
“Mark brings real leadership skills on and off the pitch. He has extremely high standards, professionalism and an obsession with football which comes out when you talk to him.
“He’s an infectious personality and he will be critical for us in terms of driving the culture and the winning mentality we want in our dressing room in the new season.
“Even at 34, his hunger and enthusiasm rubs off on everyone around him, including the staff, so we’re delighted he’s staying and we can’t wait to work with him again during 2023/24.”