Keanu Marsh-Brown's contract with Barnet has been extended by a year after the club took up the option on his previous deal, despite making just two league starts last season.

The former Arsenal and Fulham wideman had been out of contract at The Hive this summer but the decision was made by the football club to activate the option of an additional year, meaning he will now remain with the Bees until the summer of 2016.

Marsh-Brown, 22, has been away with Antigua and Barbuda in preparation for World Cup 2018 qualifiers recently but has not featured for Barnet since the 3-1 defeat at Grimsby Town in January.

The Bees had received several offers for the Hammersmith-born wideman's services last summer, with Blackpool, Luton Town and Forest Green Rovers understood to be among those to have tabled bids.

However, only the offer from Conference side Forest Green was accepted and Marsh-Brown remained with the Bees and was used sparingly throughout the campaign.