Harry Brockbank has signed a new two-year deal with Bolton Wanderers, the club is delighted to confirm.
The Bolton-born defender, who graduated through the club’s Academy ranks to play professional football for his hometown team, featured in 19 games for Wanderers last season.
He made his debut for the club in April 2019 and captained a young Bolton Wanderers team to a 0-0 draw against Coventry City the following August.
Speaking about his new deal, Brockbank, who is also a mental health ambassador for the club, said: “I’m delighted and absolutely buzzing to have signed a new contract. Hopefully now we can push on to next season and put all our focus into League One, and then hopefully get another promotion.
“I’m thankful to the gaffer for putting his trust in me. The club feels like it has a completely different atmosphere, it’s a lot more positive and it feels like we’re on the up.”
Wanderers Manager Ian Evatt added: “I am delighted that Harry has agreed a new contract. He has Bolton Wanderers in his veins and it is great for us to have home grown talent in our squad.
“He was very consistent when called upon last season and is developing into a leader in the dressing room.”
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