Steve is now the club's longest serving player and will be starting his sixth season with the Grecians, having now made over 200 appearances.
Steve began his career with Torquay United in 1997 making 106 appearances for the Plainmoor side, before being released in 2002.
He then went on trial with Bristol Rovers, before joining non-league side Weymouth in August 2002, quickly establishing himself in the side and winning the awards for Player of the Year and Away Player of the Season in 2003/04.
Steve had a short spell with the Grecians towards the end of the 2004/05 season, but only made two substitute appearances in the Conference, before returning to Weymouth for a second time.
He signed permanently for the club in January 2007 and was a regular in the side that made the play-off final at the end of that season, cementing his name in the Club's history by scoring the winning penalty in the play-off semi-final shoot-out against Oxford to take the Grecians to Wembley for the first time.
Tulls always plays with a smile on his face and always gives 100% which makes him an extremely popular player around the club and with fans. He also very successfully coaches the Exeter City ladies team.