Mossley defender Adam Jones has penned a new contract which keeps him at the club for the 2019/20 season.
Jones joined the club last summer and became a permanent fixture in the first team squad.
He made a total of 39 appearances and scored eight goals in the process.
Jones' new deal arrives just three days after joint-manager Terry Hincks announced his resignation.
Upon signing a new contract, Jones told Mossley's website: "I’m obviously delighted to agree a new deal. You've seen this season the improvements the club has made on and off the pitch and moving forward I want to be part of something that strives to improve even more.
“It was obviously disappointing to miss out on the play-offs but I know how hard the gaffer will work this summer on making sure we improve and come the start of the season we will be ready to challenge for promotion. Up the Lilywhites.”
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