Striker Macaulay Langstaff has signed a new contract with York City.
Langstaff, 22, scored 10 goals for City last season after moving from Vanarama National League side Gateshead.
He also scored two goals during a month’s loan stay with Bradford (Park Avenue).
Langstaff – who scored five goals in seven games following his return from the loan spell – said: “I am really happy to be staying and I know the manager is building a squad that will be up there challenging for promotion next season.
“I enjoyed my first season with the club but the loan move was also good for my confidence. When I came back, I got into double figures and it felt like the season finished at just the wrong time for me!
“Now I am aiming to score 20 goals next season and just hope I can start pre-season in the way I finished off the last.”