Lloyd Kerry has confirmed he will remain at Harrogate Town for a third campaign next season.
The central midfielder was an influential part of Town's run to the National League North play-offs this season and made 28 appearances.
He revealed that he had signed a new deal at the club on social media.
Kerry joined Town at the start of the 2014/15 season after winning the player of the year award at relegated National League Premier side Tamworth.
After a good start to life at Town, his first season was marred by poor results and he was shipped out on loan in the latter months of the campaign.
He started the 2015/16 campaign watching from the sidelines but forced his way into the tea following the release of Zimbabwean midfielder Cecil Nyoni.
The 27-year-old soon became an ever-present member of the Town team, scoring in the 6-0 rout of champions Solihull Moors.
A red-card against former club Tamworth saw him lose his place temporarily but he ragained it in time to play in both legs of Town's play-off defeat against AFC Fylde.