Oldham have confirmed fullback Dan Abram has signed a new deal for the 2021 season.
Abram signed for the club from Rochdale Hornets ahead of the 2020 season, and appeared in all six of the clubs games before the season was voided.
Reacting to the news, he said: “I’m really happy about this. Because of the strange things that have happened this year I don’t seem to have been at Oldham for long, but I thoroughly enjoyed my pre-season and then the start of the Championship season even though we only won one game. The environment was good. I’m really happy at Oldham.
“I’ve been able to work through lockdown because I work for a large food company, Brakes, and people have to eat so the work goes on.
“I’ve been trying to keep mind and body ticking over by running, cycling and working out in the gym that is set up in our garage at home, but I’ve seriously missed squad training and playing and I can’t wait to get back in.”
Head Coach Matt Diskin added: “We were delighted to sign Dan last year and the fact that we were keen to keep him says a lot about him.
“He’s a talented kid who can play equally well at full-back and at half-back so he gives us options when we’re looking for someone who can use the ball coming out of the back.
“Competition for places will bring out the best in him. He has loads and loads of potential and I’m delighted to have him on board again.”