Two more of Workington Reds' key men have signed up for the new era under Mark Fell.

Ceiran Casson and Jordan Little have both signed new deals for the 2024/25 campaign at Borough Park.

They follow captain and top scorer Dav Symington in committing to the club as the Fell era gets under way.

Former Carlisle United youth midfielder Casson, 22, will take his Reds spell into a sixth campaign.

Last season's young player of the year said it was a "simple decision" to agree to remain with Reds for the new Northern Premier League Premier Division campaign.

And new manager Fell told the Reds website: "To have a player of his experience despite only being 22 is a great asset for the club.

"He's still developing as a player and in my opinion if he continues to improve he can progress to play higher again."

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Fell has also secured the services of defender Little for another campaign. The 28-year-old, in his second spell with the club, said it was a "no-brainer" to remain.

"I'm a local lad wanting to play at the highest level possible and I'm looking forward to a fresh start with the new manager coming - I can't wait to get going," he said.