Goalkeeper Glen Moss has signed a one-year contract extension with Gold Coast United.
The 28-year old New Zealand international enjoyed a stellar first season with United and has now put pen to a deal which will see him stay at the club for a further year.
“I’ve had a great year and loved every minute of it, so I was very happy to sign an extension,” Moss said.
“Both (coach) Miron (Bleiberg) and goalkeeper coach Scott Higgins managed to get the best out of me and have worked hard on my game all year, which has improved me a lot.
“By showing faith in me and bringing me to the Gold Coast, Miron gave me a lot of confidence which helped me to perform to the best of my ability – it’s been a great homecoming.
“With one of the best defences in the league in front of me it helped to make my first season here a very enjoyable one. Next year we will see a number of our young players step up to the senior team and I’m looking forward to that.
“We’ve had the best youth team in the country for two seasons now and we’re all looking forward to seeing those players develop and assisting them to do just that as much as we can.”