ROMMY BOCO has signed a new two year deal at Conference champions Accrington Stanley while keeper Rob Elliot says he wants to stay and play in the league with the Reds next season.
Benin international Boco put pen to paper on a new deal this week.
Chief Executive Rob Heys said: "Rommy came here at the end of August last year. He couldn't speak any English but he has made a big effort to settle in by learning the language and mixing with people.
"He is a very good player, still young and a great lad. We are absolutely delighted to have signed him for a further two years."
Elliot, meanwhile, is in talks with his Premier League club Charlton but says he would like a season-long loan with the Interlink club after his brilliant experiences this season.
"I will have to see what the situation is. I would like to come back for the first season back in the Football League especially after all we have achieved this season but it is out of my hands. I am waiting to see what happens with Charlton."
Several players' futures will be decided after the final league game of the season at mid-table Kidderminster tomorrow.
Goalkeepers Danny Alcock, Andy Dibble and Martin Fearon are all out of contract as is midfielder Steve Jagielka and striker Andy Mangan.
In defence, Leam Richardson, Michael Welch and Danny Ventre will all be seeking new deals. And the loan deals of Elliot and winger Andy Todd will finish shortly while Paul Cook is retiring.
"There are some big decisions to make and I will be looking at it over the next few weeks," confirmed Coleman who took his team to Portugal for a deserved break this week ahead of their final clash of the season.
Coleman has also said he wants around five summer signings and one could be Blackburn defender Luke Jones who has just been released.
Meanwhile, this weekend will be special one for Elliot who turns 20 on Sunday.
He admits he has had a fantastic campaign and he picked up the Young Player of the Year and Web-site Player of the Year awards at Saturday's presentation evening.
"The highlights have been saving two penalties against Woking," said Elliot. "And also against Dagenham at home where we were under a lot of pressure at the end and I put on my own little show."
He admits he has been telling Stanley's old keeper and his Charlton team-mate Darren Randolph, who was at Stanley immediately before Elliot, about his exploits.
"I speak to Darren a lot and he has been on the bench for Charlton. The lads pinched my phone and text Darren the other week to say I had been voted the best goalkeeper this season and he had been voted the third! It is just a laugh.
"It has been a brilliant season though. When I came here we were one point off the top and we went top in my first game and stayed there. That's been good."
Stanley travel to Kidderminster with a 14 point cushion at the top and, despite a week in the sun, Coleman says there will be no let up. "We can still get to 94 points for the season and I want to do that," said the boss.
Defender Peter Cavanagh is suspended after his sending off in the final home game of the season against Tamworth last Saturday.
Meanwhile, season ticket holders are currently renewing their tickets for next season's Football League campaign with season tickets going on general sale in May.
"We have had a good response already," said club administrator Hannah Bailey.
"It is our first season back in the league and we are hoping, when the tickets go on general sale, for a record sale. We want the community to get behind us like they have done this season and help us achieve even more next season."
THERE are two coaches to Kidderminster tomorrow, leaving the Crown Inn at 10am. The cost is £15 but may be reduced depending on the numbers. Ring Cammy on 07950 218206 or Jason on 07788 716164 to book a place.
STANLEY'S Conference season might finish tomorrow but there are two games next week. The Reds will play at Clitheroe on Monday in a fund-raiser and then it is Paul Cook's retirement party on Tuesday when Accrington Stanley stars past and present will take on a Burnley XI.