Blackpool tie keeper Myles Boney down to new deal
Blackpool goalkeeper Myles Boney has become the second player to put pen to paper on a new deal with the club.
The 20-year-old, who has spent much of this season out on loan at Nantwich Town, has signed a one-year deal with an option for a further year.
Boney, who came through the youth system at Bloomfield Road, has made four first-team appearances to date - the majority of them coming in the Checkatrade Trophy.
“I’m really happy to sign a new deal at Blackpool," Boney said.
"This will be the fifth year that I’ve been with the club, and I strive every day to keep developing and improving my game.
"The loan spell I’ve had with Nantwich this season has helped massively on that front, while training with the likes of Joe Lumley has also been really beneficial.
“It’s important that I now take all those lessons forward with me and continue to become a stronger, all-round goalkeeper.”
Boney's contract extension comes a week after Mark Cullen became the first player of the summer to commit his future to the club.
As it stands, Blackpool currently have 12 players signed on for next season. They are: Nick Anderton, Myles Boney, Max Clayton, Mark Cullen, Nathan Delfouneso, Christoffer Mafoumbi, Scott Quigley, Rowan Roache, Jimmy Ryan, Jack Sims, Curtis Tilt and Ollie Turton.
Discussions are ongoing with: Kelvin Mellor, Clark Robertson, Kyle Vassell, Armand Gnanduillet, Dolly Menga, Colin Daniel and Jay Spearing.