Struggling Finn Harps have been given a welcome boost after Tony McNamee signed a new deal keeping him at Finn Park until the end of the 2025 season.
McNamee made his return to the club in July, appearing in fourteen games last season, scoring once and making five assists.
Harps boss Darren Murphy said he was delighted by the decision of the Ramelton man to stay at the club.
He said “From when he has come back to the football club, he has been a pleasure to work with, both on and off the pitch. He is an excellent example for all the younger players that are going to be involved in the squad this year.
“He is somebody that has a real burning desire to play for Finn Harps and I like the way he conducts himself around Finn Park off the pitch.
“Tony is a big fan favourite, and certainly well-liked by the group of players that we have and the staff and I’m just delighted that Tony has agreed for a further two years here at Finn Park.
“It’s a major boost for me that somebody that has all the right DNA to play for Finn Harps and hopefully he is somebody I can use to attract other local players that have the same calibre, talent and desire as Tony has, so I’m really looking forward to working with him next season.”