Woking have announced that Kane Ferdinand has signed a new deal with the club.
Ferdinand, 24, first joined the Cards in December 2016 from National League South side East Thurrock United.
He came up through Southend United’s youth set-up, making his debut in January 2011 and earning a two-and-a-half-year professional contract shortly after.
He played forty-five games the following season, scoring 7 goals, and reached the League Two play-offs.
The midfielder signed for Peterborough United on a four-year deal for £200,000 in the summer of 2012, making his Championship debut in September away to Burnley.
He went on to have loan spells at Northampton Town, Luton Town and Cheltenham Town, before signing for Dagenham & Redbridge for the 2015/16 season.
Ferdinand, on re-joining the Cards for another season, said: “I’m 24 now, it’s time for me to start proving myself. Hopefully I can just go out there and be the best that I can be, that’s got to be everyone’s aim not just myself, if everyone’s got that mentality in the team we can go a long way.
“My best position I feel I’d be a box-to-box midfielder, I’d want to get on more, I didn’t chip in with any league goals last season but I’d like to get on and score more goals.”
New Woking manager Anthony Limbrick said: “Kane impressed in the end part of last season and I was keen to retain some of the squad from last season to help with continuity within the football club. After speaking with Kane I felt he fits into what we are looking for and will develop into a key member of this squad through the way we are looking to play”.