CAMERON Murray has given the green light on a one-year contract to remain with Weymouth, sources close to the deal have told Echosport.

The midfielder is set to enter his fourth full season with the Terras, subject to FA approval.

Murray, 27, was signed from rivals Dorchester Town by previous boss Mark Molesley in January 2019.

Murray was viewed by many onlookers as one of Weymouth’s best players last season, despite the Terras taking the drop from the National League.

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He made his debut in a 2-2 draw at Kings Langley in 2019 and has gone on to make 105 appearances, scoring seven goals and providing ten assists.

He will become the fifth permanent signing of the summer for Weymouth after Tom Bearwish, Tom Blair, Ahkeem Rose and Xander McBurnie.

Echosport understands at least three other players are close to joining before the Terras’ first pre-season friendly at Portland United on Saturday (3pm).