NEAL Ardley has offered a new deal to AFC Wimbledon forward Luke Moore.
The former Ebbsfleet star scored four goals in 38 games for the Dons to earn him the players' player of the year prize.
And boss Ardley has decided to hand the 25-year-old fresh terms to stay at Kingsmeadow for another season.
Meanwhile, Kevin Sainte-Luce has also been given a new contract at the club after impressing on a short-term deal.
The young winger scored two goals in 15 games for the Dons following his release by Cardiff City.
Striker Charlie Strutton has also been offered a 12-month contract extension.
“We have made offers to those players because we feel they can play a part in us moving forward,” Ardley told the official site.
“Luke Moore had a fantastic finish to the season and he was a big player for us.
“We think that Charlie has a lot more development in his game if we can keep him fit so we want to take a chance on him. We also want to keep Kevin for next season.”
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