LOUIS Barnes has become the latest player to extend his stay at Vauxhall Motors FC by signing a contract which sees him remain a at the club until the end of the 2013/14 season.

The left-back arrived at Rivacre Park in November, 2012, from Conference Premier club Southport and quickly established himself in the team, going on to make 16 appearances and scoring one goal.

His former clubs include Marine, Northwich Victoria and Chorley, and he also had a trial at Manchester United earlier in his career.

Chris Noone, David Kocsis and Steve Wainwright have also put pen to paper to remain at the club for another season.

Noone is in his second spell at Rivacre Park. He burst into the team back in 2005/06 when he made a goal-scoring debut as a substitute at Gainsborough Trinity.

He returned to the club from Welsh Premier League club Caernarfon Town in 2008 and was voted manager's Player of the Season for the 2008/09 season.

Hungarian-born Kocsis joined Motors in September 2012 after spending time in the youth ranks at Manchester United and Stoke City. The centre-back made 11 appearances in Conference North last season.

Wainwright arrived at Motors after his release by Tranmere Rovers last summer and signed in August 2012 having impressed during pre-season.

The pacey full-back made a positive impression during his 27 league appearances last season, playing in both left and right back positions.

Next week, an unnamed striker will be unveiled as Carl Macauley continues to build his squad for the forthcoming season.