Jordan Moore-Taylor agrees new Exeter City deal

Jordan Moore-Taylor

Exeter City have agreed a new contract with defender Jordan Moore-Taylor.

The 20-year-old became a first-team regular in 2013-14, making 31 appearances and scoring his first goal in April's 1-1 draw with Cheltenham.

Exeter have not disclosed how long Moore-Taylor, who has committed himself to the club for.

He is the second player to agree a new deal this summer at Exeter following goalkeeper Christy Pym.

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale is still waiting to hear whether experienced midfielder Matt Oakley, forward Jimmy Keohane and goalkeeper James Hamon will be staying at the club.

But there will be no return to the club for striker Eliot Richards, who spent the season on loan at Exeter, after he agreed a two-year contract with Tranmere Rovers.