Wrexham forward Kwame Thomas has signed a new one-year deal.
The former Derby County and Coventry City man had been leading the Reds’ scoring chart with nine goals before suffering a ruptured Achilles in early-April.
The 25-year-old will now continue his comeback with the National League side.
Thomas told the club’s website: “It’s great that the club have backed me and showed their faith in me, and it means I’ve now got time to get myself fit, get myself firing again, and not just be the Kwame from before but even better. That’s how I’m looking to come back from it.
“(Co-owner) Rob McElhenney called and told me I’d be looked after, which he didn’t have to do, and it has allowed me some peace of mind.”