Stockport County have continued their preparation for next season with the news that both Adam Thomas and Matty Warburton have both signed on with the club until the end of the 2018/19 season.
Thomas, who joined from Hednesford at the beginning of the 2016/17 season, has this season established himself in the starting XI, after injuries hampered his debut season at the club.
“It was an easy decision to extend Adam’s contract. He is very professional, and this has shown in that he has been the most regular daytime trainer at the club”, Gannon told the club website last week.
“He still has the drive to be a full-time professional at a higher level in the future. We hope that will be with us”.
Playmaker Matty Warburton signed up prior to Saturday’s postponed home game against Nuneaton, with Gannon expressing his joy at securing the signature of the former Salford man.
“I’m delighted to be working with Matty for a further season. I think over the last six months he has shown the County faithful why I made him the first signing of the season”, he told County’s fans on Friday.
“Matty is a significant signing in terms of our new training system as our developing training programme allows for the best quality part-time players to be retained for this season and into next season”.
The two attackers now join Darren Stephenson, Jimmy Ball, Sam Minihan and Dan Cowan, along with young attackers Adam Etches and Szymon Czubik in securing contracts at the club for next season.