Midfielder Adriano Moke has agreed to stay with York City next season.

Moke, 29, has made over 100 appearances for the club during two separate spells and started 34 games last season.

He made his debut for the club eight years ago and was a member of the squad that won both promotion to the Football League and the FA Trophy in 2012.

Commenting on his new deal, Moke said: “I am over the moon and really excited and I just want to focus on looking forward.

“I have been playing at Bootham Crescent since I was aged 19-20 so it will be exciting to go and experience playing in the new stadium.

“I want to thank the gaffer (Steve Watson) and Micky (Cummins) for giving me this opportunity to be on board with them,” he added. “I love playing for this amazing club. It’s ‘home’ for me. The main thing now is hitting the ground running next season.”

Reflecting on his performances last season, Moke said: “I gave 100 per cent every time. My teammates, the gaffer, and Micky really liked my performances and I am happy with that. I give it 100 per cent every time and I am going to give it 100 per cent next season as well.

“Our goal for next season is to get out of this league – go for it, think positive, and see where it takes us!”

Source: www.yorkcityfootballclub.co.uk

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