Harrow Borough have confirmed that manager Steve Baker has extended his contract with the club by another two years.

In a statement released by chairman Peter Rogers, the club the have said that they believe Baker’s extension is an important part of their plans to start next season as strongly as possible after the current campaign was curtailed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

It reads: “Harrow Borough Football Club are delighted to announce that manager Steve Baker has agreed to sign a contract to extend his stay with the club for a further two years. During the latest lockdown we have been examining ways of taking the club forward and are determined to hit the ground running when the new season starts. We see Steve as being a core part of these plans. We will be working hard to ensure that he has all the support he needs to see strengthened on-field performances.”

Steve Baker added: “Following an extremely positive meeting with the Chairman and the board on Wednesday I have agreed to sign a new contract with the club for the next two seasons. Despite the tough times over the last year, the way the club has treated myself and the players has been first class and played a big part in my decision. There is also a lot of work going on behind the scenes to give the team every chance of an exciting season in 2021/22. Player recruitment has already started and I’m hopeful to announce some signings in the next couple of weeks.

“I’m raring to go again and the hard work starts again now.

“I look forward to seeing all the supporters when we return.”