Harry has been at the club since he was just 16 years old and has now extended his stay with the Bees.
Making his first-team debut back in December 2014, Taylor has become a mainstay in an Amber and Black shirt and now has an impressive 78 Barnet appearances to his name at the age of 22.
The older of the two Taylors has played a vital role in the Bees’ success so far this season and we’re delighted he’s decided to further his career with Barnet.
Darren Currie believes Harry’s contract extension is richly deserved.
He said: “It’s great! He deserves it – he’s been incredible. He’s been brilliant since I’ve taken over, him and his brother.
“Both warrant their new contracts and I’m really pleased Harry has now committed to the Club.
“I’ve had to play him in a number of positions and he’s never once given me a problem. He always does his best for the badge.”
Harry’s deal is subject to authorisation from the regulatory authorities.
You can hear Harry’s first words after signing his new deal, below.