Another key member of the Workington Reds line-up has committed to the cause for next season.

Dav Symington has re-signed with Workington to keep him in the Borough Park fold for another 12 months.

And Symington told the club website that he was ‘buzzing’ to be staying with the squad and looking forward to restarting their campaign that was cut short by coronavirus last term.

“I’m really happy to stay and ready to get what we deserve from last year,” said Symington.

“I’m buzzing to get back with the lads and I can’t wait until we can get back at training together.”

The 26-year-old winger has been a key member of the side and appears to have thrived under manager Danny Grainger.

The versatile Symington has scored his fair share of goals during his time at the club - with several of his trademark long-range efforts standing out in memories of the fans.

Symington follows in the footsteps of Brad Carroll who also announced he is staying with Reds recently.

In recent weeks Sam Smith, Dan Wordsworth, Brad Hubbold and Robbie Hebson have all agreed terms for next season, although the start date is still up in the air due to restrictions.

Manager Danny Grainger and assistant Steve Rudd are assembling a squad ready to take another tilt at promotion back into the Northern Premier League.

There is still a question mark hanging over when training will be able to resume and when the 2020/21 season will be able to start.