Shane Farrell commits to 2024 at Tolka Park as Damien Duff re-signs four more players
Shelbourne have confirmed that Shane Farrell has extended his stay at the club for another season.
Farrell joined the Reds in 2017 and is currently the longest serving player in the first-team.
The 23-year-old has made 157 appearances for Shels and has scored 18 goals.
And his commitment to another year in Drumcondra comes hot on the heels of news that Kameron Ledwidge, Shane Griffin, Tyreke Wilson and Brian McManus have signed up for another year at the club.
Sean Gannon and Keith Ward have also joined the Reds from Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk respectively.
But on Farrell, boss Damien Duff said: “He is one of our own.
“As much as he wanted to travel the world with his Love Island wingman, common sense prevailed.
“Shane has incredible ability and is part of the DNA of this club. We will continue to put big demands on Shane as we know he has so much to give us. UTFR.”
And Farrell added: “Tolka Park feels like home to me.
“Shels has been such a big part of my life and I’m delighted to be here again for 2024.
“The club has come on so much since I came back in 2017, it’s amazing to see.
“It’s on a really positive path and I’m honoured to represent the Reds and can’t wait for next season.”