King's Lynn Town defender agrees contract extension with National League outfit
King's Lynn Town defender Kyle Callan-McFadden has signed a contract extension keeping him at the club until 2024.
Callan-McFadden initially joined from League of Ireland Premier Division outfit Sligo Rovers in November of last year, making 34 appearances at The Walks.
An ankle injury ruled him out of the final two games of Lynn's National League campaign but he did nothing but impress with his performances and leadership out on the pitch during a difficult campaign.
The no-nonsense centre-half – a member of the Canaries FA Youth Cup winning team of 2013 – was a long-time target for Linnets boss Ian Culverhouse before his arrival back in Norfolk.
Callan-McFadden who has represented Ireland at U16, U17 and U21 level, follows fellow defender Aaron Jones in committing his future to the club, after the 27-year-old penned a new deal earlier this month.
Lynn have also been active in the transfer market, most recently signing forward Junior Morias from St Mirren, as well as goalkeeper Paul Jones and midfielders Ethan Coleman and Munashe Sundire.
The Linnets saw their transfer record smashed last week when young midfielder Sonny Carey was snapped up by Championship side Blackpool for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £100,000.