Shrewsbury Town: Junior Brown and Callum Burton agree new contracts
Defender Junior Brown and former England youth goalkeeper Callum Burton have signed new contracts with League One club Shrewsbury Town.
Originally arriving as a winger a year ago, Brown, 27, was converted to left-back at Town, before his season was ended in April by a knee injury.
Burton, 19, made his first-team debut in the final game of last term, a 3-0 defeat by Swindon Town.
The club have not revealed the length of the players' new deals.
|Shrewsbury's summer signings|
|Defenders: Oliver Lancashire, Ryan McGivern|
|Midfielders: Gary Deegan, Louis Dodds|
|Attackers: AJ Leitch-Smith, Antoni Sarcevic|
Brown, who made 40 appearances before his injury, will compete for the left-back spot next season with Mat Sadler and new arrival Ryan McGivern - one of six new signings made by boss Micky Mellon so far this summer.
Shrewsbury finished one place, but four points, above the relegation zone in League One in 2015-16.