The Donegal club have secured the services of the defender ahead of the forthcoming season, as they look to build on last season's performance
Ollie Horgan has added another player to his Finn Harps squad for 2017, with Damien McNulty signing a new deal with the club.
McNulty made 24 league appearances for Harps in 2016, scoring one goal as the Donegal side avoided relegation to the First Division. The 25-year-old will now enter into his fifth season at Finn Park.
“Damien has been a key player for me over the past two seasons," Horgan told the club's official website. "He’s a defender and has done that job very well for us against very talented forwards in the Premier Division last season.
"I’m very pleased that he has agreed terms, and one thing about Damian is he won’t let the team down when going gets tough, which it will do against quality sides in this league."
McNulty follows Ethan Boyle, Ciaran Coll, Ciaran Gallagher and Gareth Harkin in penning a new deal with the club.
They will be joined by new faces Jonny Bonner, Danny Morrissey and Harry Doherty as Horgan plots a way to consolidate his side's position in the league.