Central defender Max Hunt has been confirmed as remaining a Yeovil Town player for next season.

In a statement on Wedensday evening, the club said it was “delighted to confirm” the former Carlisle United player would be at Huish Park.

Central defender Max Hunt. Picture courtesy of Mike Kunz.

That is slightly different from the contract extension announcements made for goalkeeper Grant Smith and midfielders Josh Staunton and Toby Stephens in recent days, but nevertheless means he remains a Glover.

The 23-year-old signed permanently in January 2021 with the club announcing he had agreed a deal “until the end of of the 2021/22 season.”

Hunt made 33 appearances this season despite being out for three months with an ankle injury and was a key figure at the heart of defence alongside Luke Wilkinson, who quit to join former boss Darren Sarll at Woking.

In the statement confirming he remains a Glover, the club said: “Hunt now bolsters Yeovil’s contracted defensive unit of Grant Smith, Morgan Williams and Josh Staunton. It’s great to have you with us, Hunty!

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