Mark Carrington is looking forward to spending a seventh season at The Racecourse but doesn’t plan on it being his last in a Wrexham shirt, say The Leader.
The 32-year-old, who arrived at the club in September 2013 and is the longest serving player in Bryan Hughes’ squad, has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal.
Since joining Wrexham, vice-captain Carrington has made more than 200 appearances and he had no hesitation in committing his future to the Reds who are preparing for a 12th campaign in non-league.
“I am delighted to stay for another year,” said Carrington.
“I had a chat with the gaffer and he offered me a deal. I came home and had a little think about it, weighed up my options and thought ‘this is where I want to be’.
“It is a rarity these days staying at a club for so long. We are a good fit – I like the club and the club seems to like me.”