The Brazilian made six appearances for Stanley last season after signing a short-term deal in February and has done enough to earn an extra year’s stay.
Meanwhile, Coleman wants to boost his squad further and hopes to bring in another four signings by the end of the week.
He told the club’s official website: “I have spoken to four potential new signings this week – I have given them until the end of the week to decide but I am a firm believer that, if you are keen, you shouldn’t need longer than a day to think about it.
“If they don’t want to sign then we will move onto the next targets but I am confident three or four of them will sign. I think it will be an exciting season.
“I want hungry fighters – I want players, like in the past, who see us as a springboard. If they do well then we do well.
“We have no five-year plan here, we don’t even have a five-month plan, but the short-term plan is to challenge for the play-offs and automatic promotion.”