Out-of-contract winger Gary McSheffrey has signed a new one-year deal at the club.
The 32-year-old, who cost Birmingham City £4 million in August 2006, pens the contract to keep him at the club for the 2015/16 season.
The former Coventry City player made fifty appearances in all competitions for the Iron last season, notching ten goals and claiming eighteen assists along the way.
Arriving in January 2014 after departing Chesterfield, Gary made thirteen appearances in the remainder of the campaign which ultimately saw United promoted to League One – and didn’t feature in a Scunthorpe defeat during that spell.
The winger joins Joe Anyon to accept a new deal offered by the club, while there have been seven new players arrive at Glanford Park in Stephen Dawson, Scott Wiseman, Jack King, Isaac Assenso, Charlie Goode, Scott Laird and Tom Hopper.