King's Lynn Town have reached agreement with two of last season's playing squad.
Striker Michael Gash and defender Frazer Blake-Tracy have both agreed terms to remain at The Walks.
Blake-Tracy was one of Lynn's most consistent performers at the back last term.
The 22-year-old, who arrived from Lowestoft last summer, looked equally-assured at left-back and as a centre-half when called upon.
Frontman Gash needs little introduction to fans, having terrorised opposition defences with his strength in and around the penalty box.
The Peterborough-based forward found the back of the net 14 times last season and created a number of opportunities for his colleagues after returning to the non-league game following a career-threatening injury at Barnet.
Linnets boss Simon Clark is delighted to have retained the services of both players for Lynn's Southern Premier Central campaign.
Clark said: "Frazer is a rare breed. He is really steady in both his outlook and demeanour and is a young man who can play in the really big games at this level.
"I watched in both of the play-off games and he was very composed. He can play in a couple of positions and I believe there is still more to come.
"He is a tremendous asset for the football club. Frazer wants to push on and that's a massive thing. He's a great kid and I can't wait to start working with him."
On keeping Gash at the club, Clark said: "When I came to the club I was totally honest and open with all of the players and they all spoke so highly of Gashy.
"He's a vital cog for this football team. You need someone you can hit and also somebody who can score you a reasonable amount of goals and Michael does both.
"Having spoken to him in length he's still a good pro, but the most important thing is that he still remains hungry to produce the goods on the pitch."
Keep an eye on the website for interviews will both players over the next couple of days.
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