Solihull Moors’ George Carline has agreed a contract extension until the end of the 2019/20 season.
The versatile 25-year-old has established himself as a trusted performer since joining the club from Hednesford Town during the 2016/17 campaign. In total, he has racked up 97 appearances in all competitions and scored four goals.
This season, Carline has featured 32 times and covered a number of positions for Tim Flowers’ side. He becomes the latest in a long line of players to commit their future to the Moors for next season or beyond.
On extending his stay at the club, Carline said: “The club has changed a massive amount in quite a short space of time, but I’m just excited to be here for another year at least and I’m looking forward to it.
“The togetherness of the group we’ve got was another big factor in me signing. It’s a great group of lads, the staff around us as well, the management team and everyone at the club.
“Personally, I try and do a job wherever I get asked to play and there’s a lot of players in the team who can do that. I see myself as one of those that can step in and help the team out in any way, which is important.”
Sporting Director Mark Fogarty added: “We are delighted to have secured George for another season. This is reward for his loyalty and outstanding professionalism over the past few seasons.
“George has played in many positions and has always performed well. He is one of the fittest members of the squad and is never a moment’s problem.
“I know the manager wanted to keep him because of these reasons and also his versatility. He will be a tremendous addition to an already very strong squad of players for next season.”