CHARLIE Strutton has signed a new AFC Wimbledon contract.
Strutton has signed a two-year deal to keep him at Kingsmeadow until the summer of 2015.
The 24-year-old striker has primarily been used as an impact substitute by manager Neal Ardley.
But the forward made an impression towards the end of the campaign as Strutton helped the Dons secure League Two survival.
And he has now been rewarded by the club with a new contract as Ardley continues his preparations for next season.
“I am over the moon because this is what I wanted,” Strutton told the club’s official website. “I wanted to stay at Wimbledon, where I have enjoyed it a lot so far. I was not thinking about going anywhere else and I was just hoping that the club would offer me another contract. I am pleased that I have been offered a chance to stay.
“I was happy with the way that I played at times during the season, but I had injuries that kept me out for longer than I expected. I am looking forward to next season and hopefully staying injury-free. I was fit at the end of last season and it was good to make a contribution.”
Strutton was signed from non-league outfit Chalfont St Peter by former Dons boss Terry Brown.
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