TOWN boss Paul Hurst has now spoken to midfielder Scott Neilson and the player has been offered a new deal to stay at the club.
Scott was away on holiday when Paul Hurst met with the other players last week but has now had the opportunity to chat with Scott and make it clear that he sees him in his plans for next season.
Scott rejoined the Mariners during the summer of 2013 having had a successful three month loan spell in 2012, before joining Luton on a short-term contract in January 2013.
He started his career alongside his brother, Tony, at first Hertford Town and then Ware, before he earned a move to Cambridge City. He made his name in non-league as a goal-scoring winger and he came to the attention of a number of league clubs. He had trials with three of them and eventually won a move to League Two side Bradford City.
After spending a year at Bradford he eventually moved south to Crawley Town. Scott came to Cleethorpes for a successful three month loan spell in 2012, before joining Luton on a short-term contract in January 2013.