Date: 12th June 2015 at 11:28am
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MK Dons defender Antony Kay has signed a new one year deal with the club.

The 32-year-old played a huge role last season, part of a backline that kept a record 24 clean sheets. While Kyle McFadzean was the most celebrated of the Dons defenders last season, Kay featured in all but one of the League fixtures and it will be interesting to see if new-signing Joe Walsh can get into the starting line-up ahead of the reliable centre-back.

Kay told mkdons.com: “I`m very happy to sign. This season coming will be my fourth here, which is the second-longest spell I`ve ever had with a club – I`m really enjoying my time here.

“The Chairman and the Gaffer knew that I wanted to stop here and thankfully they wanted to keep me too, so it was good for both parties.

“Last season was very special, getting promoted in the way that we did, and I`m excited to get started again. I enjoyed the celebrations but the hard work starts now – I`ll be ready and raring to go when we`re back in for pre-season.”

While now all of last season`s defence from the retained list have signed new contracts, all that remains is for goalkeeper David Martin to sign a new deal.