Wrexham AFC can confirm four players have signed new contracts for the 2020-21 season.
As outlined in the summer, the club identified players with whom we would like to open contract talks with when football resumed.
And the club are delighted to confirm that, on the first day of pre-season, four players have put pen to paper on new deals.
The club’s longest-serving player, Mark Carrington, is signed up for another season having made his 200th league appearance for the club at the start of the last campaign.
Fellow stalwart Paul Rutherford has also signed for the new season, alongside goalkeeper Christian Dibble.
Youth player Jake Bickerstaff, who scored on his first-team debut against Ayr United in the SPFL Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Cup last season, has signed his first pro deal.
The club can also confirm talks are ongoing with defender Max Cleworth and goalkeeper Dawid Szczepaniak.