Defender Max Dyche says it was a 'pretty simple decision' to sign a new contract to stay with Northampton Town.
20 year old Dyche has made 26 appearances for the Cobblers having progressed through the club’s player pathway and was keen to stay with what he sees as his boyhood club.
“It was a pretty simple decision for me and I just want to build on last season," he said.
“Northampton is my boyhood club, we had a great ending to last season and I want to carry on from where I left off.
“It’s the first time in my pro career that I had this type of decision to make but it was pretty straight forward for me to re-sign.
“I have really enjoyed my time here so far and I hope there are a lot more memories to be made in the future."
Dyche made 22 of his 26 appearances for the club last season, returning early from injury to play a big part in helping the side secure promotion.
“I want to build on what I’ve already done and keep showing everyone what I can do," he said.
“I want to keep progressing, I enjoyed the games I played last year and to achieve a promotion in only my second year as a pro I couldn’t ask for any more really.
“It was a magic end to the season, it was nice to play in those games and I want to build on that.
“I am trying to improve every week and when I do make a mistake make sure that I don’t make that same mistake twice.
“There is a great group of lads here and I’ve got a really good relationship with all the staff. As I said before it’s my boyhood club and it will always be special to me.
“It’s a good place to be and hopefully we can kick on again now and go and show League One what we’ve got.”