English born Ghanaian midfielder Giles Coke will stay at Grimsby Town next season after appending his signature to a to a new contract.
The experience will stay with the Mariners for one more season after his impressive performance in the second have of the League 2 aided them to escape relegation.
Giles joined Grimsby from FC Hereford in February this year and featured in seven fourth tier games as the club maintained their League 2 status.
The 35-year-old central midfielder is expected to play a key role in Grimsby quest to finish in the higher ranks of League 2 next season.
Born to an English father and a Ghanaian mother in London, Cole has featured for clubs including QPR, Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday.