FANS favourite Kaine Felix has signed a one-year extension to his contract with Guiseley.

The 24-year-old from Peterborough says the supporters are one of the main reasons he decided to stay at Nethermoor.

The winger said: "It was a simple decision to sign again for Guiseley. It is a great club with great fans and a management team that are spot on. I am really looking forward to the new season starting."

He added: "I absolutely loved my first season at Guiseley as they gave me game time, something I had lacked in the previous seasons. Having the backing of the management and fans, people wanting you to play, made a massive difference to me and made me want to be there, I can't wait to get started again."

The former York City player impressed with his lightning pace and quick feet in his first season at Guiseley.

Following a connection with home town club Peterborough United as a youth, he joined St Neots Town at the age of 16, eventually earning a move to Boston United, where he played alongside former Guiseley players Grant Roberts and Dayle Southwell.

Felix signed for York in 2016 and in his time with the Minstermen he was loaned out to Stockport County for a spell.

He was released by York in October 2017 and signed for United Counties side Deeping Rangers before moving on to play for Leamington and Brackley.