Port Vale Football Club are delighted to announce that forward Mark Cullen has signed a one-year contract extension with the club.
Cullen played for both Newcastle United and Hull City during his youth career, making his senior debut for the Tigers in 2010.
The 28-year old forward had several loan spells during his time at Hull including a one-month loan at Bradford, two spells at Bury and a spell at Stockport County before leaving the Tigers in 2013.
In May 2013, Cullen signed for Luton Town being part of a side hat got promoted from the National League into League Two in 2014.
Cullen then moved to Blackpool in 2015, helping the Seasiders gain promotion from League Two in 2017, via the play-offs.
A loan spell at Carlisle followed in January 2019before Cullen signed for the Valiants in June 2019.
Cullen has made 283 senior appearances throughout his career, scoring 63 goals.
His record at Port Vale stands at 25 appearances scoring 8 goals in those games.
Cullen’s contract extension ties him to Port Vale until June 2021.
“We are delighted that Mark has committed to us for another season," said Chief Executive Colin Garlick.
"He was a key member of the squad during the 19/20 campaign, scoring some very important goals for us including some high quality finishes.
"Mark is another one of the players who was out of contract but has also resigned to keep together the majority of last seasons successful squad.”