AFC Wimbledon midfielder Sammy Moore has signed a new deal with the League Two club according to the club’s twitter page.
The 26-year old has impressed manager Neal Ardley with his consistently strong performances throughout this season enough to be rewarded with a new contract.
— AFC Wimbledon (@AFCWimbledon) May 19, 2014
He joined Wimbledon in 2010 from Dover Athletic on a free transfer and has gone on to make 152 appearances for the club whilst scoring 19 goals. He has recently become the club’s longest-serving player.
Since joining he has become an integral part of the Wimbledon set-up and manager Neal Ardley felt it was important to secure him at the club.
Ardley told the club website, “I thought he was one of our most consistent players last season alongside the likes of Barry Fuller and Andy Frampton.
“It’s a tough league that we’re in and it requires a lot of players to do the work that makes them ‘unsung heroes’. Sammy is one of those players.
“He works really hard for the team and it was important to sign him again as we look to improve next season.”