Sam Vince has signed a two-year deal with Boston United - and defender Duran Reynolds will be a Pilgrim before the season kicks off.
Some question marks had been raised over Vince’s future after the 18-year-old had been linked with Leicester City and Derby County during the summer.
But after impressing boss Dennis Greene in pre-season training, the young stopper - a product of the club’s youth team set-up - penned a deal last night.
“We’ve always wanted Sam Vince to stay,” Greene said.
“When young players are playing well it wakes other clubs up and it wakes agents up. I understand that if you get a pro chance you want to take it.
“Sam’s had trials but he’s knuckled down and worked hard in training.”
Turning his attention to Reynolds, Greene expects a deal to be done soon.
United were expecting to officially sign the Skegness-based defender last week, but Greene remains confident the youngster will do a deal imminently - so much so that Reynolds is in the manager’s team for today’s Boston United Golf Day.
“We’ve been negotiating with Barrow but Duran’s agent’s been away for a few days,” Greene explained.
“Duran’s in my golf team and I’ve already given him his kit bag. Once you get the tracksuit you’re going nowhere.”