Kent Online say that Maidstone defender Will De Havilland must decide whether to exercise a relegation release clause in his contract.

De Havilland signed a two-year deal after his release by Wycombe last summer, with an option to leave in the event of going down.

The popular centre-half has given everything for Maidstone this season but needs to have a good think about his future.

De Havilland, 24, said: “I’m not too sure what’s going to happen yet.

“I travel a fair distance at the moment so it’s going to be hard, especially travelling that distance for Conference South, but I do love the club, the fans have made me really welcome, even when I was on loan last year.”

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