Alex Dyer has spoke of his happiness after signing a new deal with Wealdstone.

The midfielder recently became the joint record appearance maker for his nation, Montserrat, has returned and put pen to paper on a new deal at the club, keeping him with the Stones for another season.

After returning to Wealdstone for a second spell, having initially played for the club for three years between 2010 and 2013, Dyer made himself an important part of the team last year, scoring three times in 38 appearances in the club’s first season back in the National League.

On signing his new deal Dyer told the club website: “I’m looking forward to another season. I’m really happy to be staying and can’t wait for the season to get going now.”

The 31-year-old rejoined the Stones from Kuwait side Al Tadhamon last season.

He started his career with Northampton Town, where he progressed through the youth ranks, and has also represented Welling United, Ostersunds, Elfsborg and Lillestrom during his career.

Dyer is not the only person to have committed themselves to Wealdstone recently, with a new executive board member also announced by the club.

Lifelong supporter Darren Linden has been added to the board and has said he wants to help shape Stones’ future.

“As a lifelong supporter it’s an honour to be able to help shape the club’s future off the pitch,” he said.

“Particularly following in the footsteps of other fans that I have known for so many years such as Paul Rumens, Nick Dugard, Layne Patterson, Howard Krais, Nick Symmons and Dom Whyley who all have made such a massive contribution.”

Chairman Rory Fitzgerald added: “We’re incredibly fortunate and happy to have someone of Darren’s calibre come onto the board."