The former Oldham powerhouse has put pen-to-paper on a one-year contract after successfully battling back from injury to play a part in the final seven games of the Championship season.
The 22-year-old endured a difficult start to last season following an ACL injury sustained in the Club’s first pre-season friendly, but after undergoing an operation and months of rehabilitation, he came back to finish the 2016/17 campaign strongly resulting in a new deal at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
Clarke-Harris becomes the first of the current out of contract players to commit his future to the Club, with boss Paul Warne confirming that offers have been put to other members of his squad regarding their stay in South Yorkshire.
Prior to the end of the campaign, Warne had already secured the permanent signings of loan players Semi Ajayi and Alex Bray, whilst Richard O’Donnell and Ben Purrington were both secured during the January transfer window.
Reaction to follow from Warne and Clarke-Harris…