Solihull Moors are delighted to announce that duo Callum Maycock and Melis Bushaj have signed extended contracts at the Stadium.

The latest deals will see both players remain with the club until at least May 2022.

Maycock, 23, has appeared 13 times in all competitions since joining the Moors back in the summer and impressed in a variety of roles.

The midfielder has started seven games and made six substitute appearances, providing fierce competition for the likes of Kyle Storer and Stephen Gleeson – as well as those in more attacking roles.

18-year-old Bushaj only signed his first professional contract in July this year but has made a smooth transition into the first team set-up.

After progressing through the club’s Football and Education programme, Bushaj has continued his development and spent time out on loan with Halesowen Town.

Manager Jimmy Shan said: “Callum and Melis are two young players who have the potential with continual hard work and development to become key players for Moors.

“They are both hard working individuals who go about their work quietly and are a pleasure to work with.

“I am delighted they have been treated and accepted new contracts with the football club.”

On penning his latest contract, Maycock said: “I’m buzzing and over the moon to get it over the line, I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far and I’m ready to kick on.

“I like to keep my head down and get on with it, while trying as hard as I can. It’s paid off so far and it’s time to keep going.”

Bushaj commented: “I’m very happy and excited to extend my contract with the club, however I know I have still got a lot to prove.

“I’ve been putting the hard work in and hopefully I can keep improving. As I’ve played more men’s football, I feel I’ve improved sharpness, but there’s a long way to go and I’ve got to keep listening to the coaching staff – that should get me to where I want to go.”