Alfreton Town midfield man Dan Bradley has signed a one-year extension to his contract and he will now be at the Impact Arena until the end of the 2014/2015 campaign.
Bradley, 22, joined on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee from Kidderminster Harriers in June 2012 and netter 11 goals in 50 appearances in his first season.
Manager Nicky Law is delighted Bradley has chosen to extend his stay and feels there is more to come from the former Aston Villa man.
Law said: “I am pleased to have signed Dan for another year. He had a very good season for us and he is a young prospect who is only going to get better.
“There is plenty more in him and hopefully this year he can go on and kick on again.”
It has been a big week for Bradley who has also been called up into the 16-man England C squad for the forthcoming away International at the National Stadium in Bermuda on Tuesday, June 4.
“It is very good reward for Dan’s efforts last season and yet another international recognition for the club,” added Law.
The full England C squad for the Bermuda game is: Preston Edwards (Ebbsfleet United), Mitchell Walker (Dover Athletic), Dan Bradley (Alfreton Town), Antoni Sarcevic (Chester), James Norwood (Forest Green Rovers), Chris Stokes (Forest Green Rovers), Josh Gillies (Gateshead), Sam Clucas (Hereford United), Ryan Bowman (Hereford United), Micky Demetriou (Kidderminster Harriers), Anthony Malbon (Kidderminster Harriers), Andre Gray (Luton Town), Ryan Jackson (Macclesfield Town), Harry Beautyman (Sutton United), Anthony Acheampong (Welling United), Fraser Franks (Welling United).