Richard Brindley has become the latest player to sign a new contract ahead of the 2020-21 season.
The 27-year-old’s consistent performances at right back since his arrival last September, capped by a wonder-goal at home to Torquay, made him a mainstay in our starting XI last season and he is now focused on his future at the Lane.
“I’m really excited to get back to work,” said Brindley. “There’s a feeling of unfinished business when it comes to winning promotion with this club.
“I haven’t had a pre-season for the last three years which hasn’t been ideal, so I’m really looking forward to putting that right this year and getting some solid preparations under my belt.
“I’m very confident that Notts is a club that will help me fulfil my potential next season and that the supporters are yet to see the best of me.
“Although I joined a little late last season, I’ve connected with all my team-mates, the manager and his staff and we’re all determined to achieve success.”
Michael Doyle and Alex Lacey have already committed their futures to the club, while new contract offers have also been made to Joe McDonnell, Dion Kelly-Evans, Sam Osborne and Kristian Dennis.