Torquay United have agreed a new deal with defender Myles Anderson after his excellent contribution in the fight for survival at the end of last season.
Anderson moved to Plainmoor from Barrow AFC in February and immediately formed an impressive partnership with Sean McGinty at the heart of United’s defence, with his crowning moment the scoring of two match-winning goals on the final day against North Ferriby United.
He was one of those players given time to consider their options at the end of the season, as manager Kevin Nicholson also wanted to evaluate his squad, but both parties have now agreed to continue the partnership into an exciting new era.
“I’m delighted to have Myles back with us,” said Nicholson. “He is a fantastic guy with a great attitude. He did a great job for us under pressure last, whilst playing slightly out of position.
“He may be 27 and have plenty of life experience, but he’s still fairly fresh on the scene in this country and I know he’s very hungry to improve and push on higher.
“He will have plenty of competition for places this season, which will only drive him and the other players to raise their standards. Myles is another piece in the jig-saw and I’m really looking forward to working with him again”.