JOSH Amis will be a Warrington Town player during the coming season.

The big striker is the latest member of Paul Carden's squad to re-commit himself to the club, following teammates Eddie Clarke, Luke Duffy and Jordan Buckley.

Amis is among the longest-serving members of the squad and his stay at Cantilever Park is now extended into a fourth season.

Having joined Yellows in 2018, he has struck 22 times including the winner against South Shields in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off final in May 2019.

When Town's 2020-21 season was officially curtailed by Covid, he was one of the players who moved temporarily to Welsh football in order to continue playing, lining up for Flint Town United.

Carden says as well as his on-field contributions, Amis adds plenty of value to the club off the pitch.

"He’s probably not played as much football as he would have liked during his time here," he said.

"But when he does play he contributes, he has an impact and his goal record is good.

"He didn’t want to sit on his hands and do nothing – he was prepared to go over to Flint and play and he scored a few goals in the process.

"He’s a big character in the dressing room as well as a big player on the pitch. He’s a good lad to have around as well as being a good player.

"It’s important we don’t overlook that."

The remainder of the squad are working to earn their places in Carden's plans during pre-season training, with their first friendly match coming on Saturday when Yellows travel to Maghull FC.