Glentoran manager Mick McDermott has agreed contract extensions with a number of players in his squad.
McDermott has renewed terms with experienced keeper Elliott Morris, club skipper Marcus Kane, influential Croatian midfielder Hrvoje Plum and talented striker Paul O'Neill.
Morris, the longest serving player in club history, will pass the 20-year landmark at The Oval during the lifetime of his new deal and whilst he will mainly act as Goalkeeping Coach he has appeared for the club as recently as July in the Irish Cup semi-final win over Cliftonville.
Club captain Kane, 28, arrived at the club during the close season in 2012, and will move into double figures by the end of his three-year extension.
26-year-old midfielder Plum has only been in East Belfast just over a year but has made quite an impression on the Oval faithful, scoring 13 times in 28 outings during the 2019/20 campaign.
Meanwhile the highly rated O'Neill, still only 20, broke into the first team squad last season. He bagged 12 goals in 20 appearances, including opening the scoring in the Irish Cup final.