Wrexham AFC are delighted to confirm the next player to sign his name on the dotted line to a one-year contract is Mark Carrington.
Wrexham’s longest serving player and vice-captain was amongst seven players to be offered a new deal at the club, after making well over 200 appearances for the Dragons since he joined in 2013.
Mark joined Wrexham as a midfielder but has capably filled in at right-back and left-back during the past few seasons as well has playing a ‘number 10’ role, notably scoring at Stoke City in the FA Cup third round during 2015.
The Warrington born utility man has proved a flexible option for each manager he has worked under at the Racecourse and is now looking forward to embarking on his seventh campaign as a Wrexham player.
Mark is the third player to accept new terms with the club ahead of the 2019-20 season, joining defender Doug Tharme and winger Paul Rutherford in doing so.
Manager Bryan Hughes has also offered deals to goalkeeper Rob Lainton,left-back James Jennings, midfielder Luke Summerfield and centre-back Kieran Kennedy.