Davies handed new deal following Barnsley’s promotion to Championship
Barnsley have offered a new contract to goalkeeper Adam Davies as boss Daniel Stendel starts to plan for life in the Sky Bet Championship.
Davies, who made his Wales debut as a half-time substitute in a 1-0 friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago on March 20, was an integral part of the Tykes’ clinching automatic promotion from League One.
The 26-year-old, a free transfer signing from Sheffield Wednesday five years ago, kept 19 clean sheets in the 42 league matches he played.
Midfielder Ryan Hedges, and 19-year-old third-choice goalkeeper Jake Greatorex have also been offered new deals, while the club has taken up the option of a one-year contract extension with defender Dimitri Cavare.
Midfielder Lloyd Isgrove, who joined Portsmouth on loan at the end of January but failed to make an appearance, has been released, along with defenders Adam Jackson and Zeki Fryers.