TOM Owen-Evans will be at Hereford FC for another year as he signs a one-year extension, days after he scored at Wembley.

Owen-Evans is the first player Hereford FC has confirmed has committed for the 2021/22 season, and manager John Gowling said it was a real boost for the Edgar Street side.

Tom Owen-Evans first joined Hereford in 2018, and has regularly been in the starting XI throughout the last season.

The midfielder scored at Wembley in Saturday's FA Trophy final, but his side lost 3-1 against Hornchurch.

Speaking to the official website, Bulls boss, Josh Gowling said: “It’s a real boost for us, we’ve said before that we want to try and keep as much of the squad together as we can.

“Tom has been an integral part of the team this season with his goals and his assists and I’m delighted to get it over the line.

“I’d like to think the majority of the lads will stay, I think they’ve enjoyed it, we’ve had a relatively good season and I think they’ve bought into the philosophy, the ideas that we want to bring into the football club.”

Owen-Evans said: “I’m buzzing to be signing for another year, to be working with the gaffer again, and to get more experiences like we did the other day at Wembley.

“The Gaffer spoke to me a few weeks ago and said that as soon as he sorted his deal out that he wanted to sort my deal out, so that’s what we’ve done.

“Now Wembley is out of the way we can look forward to next season.”

While the news hasn't officially been confirmed by the club, Luke Haines tweeted he had also signed for the Bulls next season.