A raft of players have committed their future to Kings Langley football club as preparations begin for the 2020/21 season.

It is not yet known when the next campaign will begin, but Kings are moving ahead with their plans and have tied down a number of key players.

Former Watford player Lloyd Doyley is among those to have signed another contract with the club. He joins Kyle Connolly, Jordan Parkes, Callum Adebiyi, Harry Crawford and Roddy Collins.

Speaking to the club website, Doyley said he was hoping to get them back up to the top end of the division, where they had been until the season was declared null and void due to the coronavirus outbreak.

"I’m delighted to have committed another season at Kings Langley," he said. "After finishing last season on a high of not losing a league game this calendar year and unfortunately for obvious reasons the season got null and void."