Wrexham AFC is pleased to confirm that defender Harry Lennon has signed a new one-year contract at the Club.
Lennon, 27, has signed until the end of the 2022/23 season, with the option of an extra year, as he continues to work towards his return to playing after back surgery last season.
The tall, left-footed defender signed on a free transfer last summer, having previously been with Southend United.
He made 17 league appearances, scoring twice, before requiring surgery shortly after the start of the New Year.
As announced earlier this month, Lennon – who has returned to training during the summer – was to be given time to prove his fitness.
And on signing his new contract, he said: “I’m really happy; the Club didn't have to offer me anything because of my injury, but they’ve supported me and hopefully I can repay them.”
“I was loving it until the end of January when I picked up the injury, and I’m looking forward to getting back in front of that crowd and showing them what I can do again.
Wrexham AFC first-team manager Phil Parkinson added: “I’m pleased Harry’s deal has been agreed. As we saw prior to his injury, he’s an excellent player and we want to give him every chance to get back and be part of next season.”
Look out for an upcoming interview with Lennon on our digital channels.