Joslain Mayebi and Jay Harris sign new Wrexham deals

Jay Harris
Harris began his career as an apprentice at Everton

Goalkeeper Joslain Mayebi and midfielder Jay Harris have signed new contracts with Wrexham.

Former Everton trainee Harris has committed to the club to the end of the 2012-2013 season.

Mayebi, who has established himself as Wrexham's first choice keeper this season, has signed a new two-and-a half-year contract.

"They are both key players for us," said Wrexham player-manager Andy Morrell.

"It's so good to get their immediate futures sorted ahead of the promotion run-in."

Following spells at Accrington Stanley and Chester City, 24-year-old Harris was signed by former manager Dean Saunders in 2010.

"I want to get into League Two and I believe I can get there with Wrexham," Harris told Wrexham's official website.

"There was never any intention to leave the club and go elsewhere as I'm enjoying life in Wales."

Mayebi, who previously played for FC Metz in France and Aek Larnaca in Cyprus, also joined the Dragons in 2010.

"I love it here and the fans have been great to me," said Mayebi, who was a member of Cameroon's squad at the Olympic Games in 2008.

"Hopefully we can repay them by winning promotion this season."