Moore extends Wombles stay

Luke Moore has signed a new contract with AFC Wimbledon.

Last Updated: 25/06/13 at 14:01

Luke Moore: Staying at Kingsmeadow

Luke Moore: Staying at Kingsmeadow

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The 25-year-old, who can play in midfield or up front, is the Dons' longest-serving player having joined from Ebbsfleet in 2009.

Boss Neal Ardley told the club's official website: "We put together a team that managed to keep the club up last season and now we are trying to assemble a better team for next season.

"I am confident that Luke will flourish during the next campaign if he can carry on where he left off last season. He was certainly a key player in helping us stay up.

"Luke's versatility, energy and work ethic is what I expect from players in my team and hopefully he can be a major asset next season."

The Dons have also taken up their option on winger Kevin Sainte-Luce to keep him at the club next term.

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