Another familiar face to Workington AFC fans is staying with the club next season.

Reds striker Scott Allison has extended his contract with the side through the 2021/2022 season.

It marks the 30 year-old's ninth campaign at Borough Park. Workington AFC have revealed the re-signing today.

Allison's contract extension follows news previously that manager Danny Grainger, assistant manager Steve Rudd and captain Conor Tinnion will be staying put.

When asked about recent contract extensions, Reds chairman David Bowden said: "Moving forward we are under no illusions and understand that the challenges to repeat this success, whenever we restart playing, will be more difficult.

"Other teams will have strengthened and we are the team everyone will want to beat. Thats why it was so important to have our coaching team and club captain in place, to continue to develop the talented squad and mount another serious challenge.

"We are better placed to achieve this now and cant wait to get playing again!"

Speaking of the contract extension, Allison told the Workington AFC website: "I'm obviously happy to sign on again, I spoke to Danny on Sunday and he basically talked over he and Ruddy's plans.

"He told me to have a think about it but I just turned around and said, 'I'll sign tomorrow'."