Alfreton Town manager Nicky Law has signed former Grimsby Town right-back Bradley Wood and re-signed his son Josh Law and midfielder Alastair Taylor on new one-year contracts.
Wood, 21, played 30 games for the Mariners in the 2012/13 campaign but was
released at the end of the season.
Full-back Law, 23, played 51 games last term, his sixth season with at the Impact Arena.
Taylor, 21, made 11 appearances in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
Assessing his son, Law senior said: "He had an outstanding 2012/13 season.
"There had been interest from a couple of clubs for him recently, and but I am pleased he has decided to stay.
Alfreton boss Nicky Law
“I firmly believe he [Taylor] is another one for the future for the club and that he will gain a lot more appearances for the club next season”
"Despite being just 23, he seems to have been at Alfreton for ever, but he falls very firmly into my plans for the club. The younger players are what we are all about."
He is also thrilled that Taylor will be at the Impact Arena for at least another season.
"He is another major asset who I think everyone at the club is delighted to have on board again," said Law.
"Last season he was somewhat frustrated at not being able to show what he could do due to lack of opportunities.
"Credit to Ally though, because he hung in and trained hard throughout and showed again at the back end of the season that he can definitely play at this level, especially in the final league game against Forest Green Rovers, where he was outstanding.
"I firmly believe he is another one for the future for the club and that he will gain a lot more appearances for the club next season."