Southport captain David Morgan has signed a contract extension with the club until 2022.
Morgan, who has played 85 times for the Port since joining from Harrogate Town in September 2017, marked his new deal by scoring the winning goal against Brackley Town on Saturday.
It was Morgan’s fifth goal of the current campaign taking his total tally to 13, as he continues to play an influential part in the Southport team.
“I didn’t see myself wanting to go anywhere else and I’m delighted to sign the contract,” the 25-year-old Belfast-born player said.
“I’m really pleased to be part of things here and I want to go further with the club.
“I came here at a difficult period and in that respect I’ve ridden through the storm.
“Coming out of the other side of that, Liam Watson has given me the armband and the licence to influence the game in the areas that will hurt other teams. I’m really enjoying my football and I want to build on things.”