Accrington Stanley midfielder Jack Nolan has today signed an improved one-year contract with the club.
Nolan, who joined the Reds in August, has made a total of 10 first team appearances and scored Stanley's third goal in last season's 5-0 Papa Johns Trophy victory over Leicester City Under-21s.
The Portsmouth-born winger also played 13 times for Ged Brannan's Under-23s side, with the 21-year-old finding the net on six occasions.
Nolan's improved contract will keep him at the Wham Stadium until the summer of 2023.
John Coleman said: "We're pleased with Jack and it's a now big season ahead for him.
"His delivery is probably the best in the league, he's just got to get himself into positions where he can use it to our advantage."
Nolan added: "It's another year to get as many games under my belt as I can, the main aim is to get more than last year and keep showing what I can do.
"I think everyone knows that I just want to cross the ball and that's what I'll bring to the team."
Jack's interview video will be uploaded to the club's official YouTube channel later this week, CLICK HERE to find out more!
The extension is subject to EFL and FA ratification.