Former Scarborough FC striker Michael Coulson has penned a new two-year deal with York City.
Coulson was a vital cog in the Minstermen’s push into the League Two play-offs, scoring seven goals in the process.
The attacker started his career at Boro in 2004, before moving to Barnsley, Grimsby and then York.
He said: “I learned a lot from what happened and when I got my chance in the second half of the season I knew I had to take it,” Coulson said.
“I did everything I could in those games to try and take my chance and, luckily, I did and the club have been brilliant with me. I am really happy.
“It was never in doubt. I didn’t even speak to any other club at all. All I wanted to do was stay at York. I am perfectly settled so there was never any other club at the back of my mind.”