Bury have extended the contracts of three young players who have all come though the Apprenticeship system.
Goalkeeper Cameron Belford has extended his stay at Gigg Lane for another season.
A 2007 signing after being released by Coventry City, Cameron has thus far found first team opportunities at Gigg Lane hard to come by, however the youngster made eleven appearances towards the end of last term after replacing Wayne Brown in the first eleven.
Belford who has signed a new one-year deal will now hope to make the No. 1 jersey his own.
Second year Apprentices Richie Brannagan and Krishnan Patel have also signed their first professional contracts for the Club.
Goalkeeper Brannagan will back-up Belford and hope to make an impression at first team level while Patel starred from a midfield role last term.