Goalkeeper Ryan Boot is the latest man to commit his future to Solihull Moors after signing a contract extension until the end of the 2019/20 season.
The 24-year-old has played an instrumental part in lifting Solihull Moors to the top of the league following his free transfer in the summer.
He’s played in every minute of every single Vanarama National League fixture this season, keeping 15 clean sheets in the process – plus a further six in cup competitions.
Boot now joins the likes of Tyrone Williams and Liam Daly, who have also recently penned fresh deals with the Moors.
Boot said: “I’m really pleased, it was a no brainer to be honest. I’ve really enjoyed my time here since coming in at the start of the season.
“I settled in straight away. We’ve got a great group of players here and I’m really enjoying it.
“From the start of the season until now, we’ve been absolutely brilliant. I can’t fault anyone.
“We’ve got to keep plugging away and keep picking up the points as we go along.”
Manager Tim Flowers is delighted to have Boot on board for a further season and said: “We had no hesitation to bring Ryan in during the summer. We had Max O’Leary last season and they were big boots to fill because Max was outstanding for us.
“The biggest compliment I can pay Ryan is that he’s done just that – we felt that it would be a big hole to fill and he’s filled it.
“He’s kicked on from the very first game of the season at Eastleigh where he turned in a Man of the Match performance by a long chalk. He basically won us the game single handily down there.
“He’s maintained his standards ever since. He’s made big saves for us in big games, he’s won us points and we’re delighted to have secured him for next season.”