Harrogate Town AFC has extended their contract with Luke Armstrong, prolonging his stay at Harrogate Town until the end of the 2024/25 season.
Armstrong finished his first season at the club as top goalscorer, netting 14 times since arriving from Salford City in June 2021.
The Durham born forward took just five minutes of competitive action to get off the mark, opening the scoring against Rochdale in August, leading to a nomination for Football League World EFL2 Player of the Month.
The 25-year-old would score six in his first eight appearances, earning further League Two Player of the Month nominations in September from the PFA and SkyBet League Two.
Armstrong was instrumental in Town’s historic run to the Third Round of the Emirates FA Cup too, scoring a memorable goal at Fratton Park in the second round, and is hoping for many more memorable moments
When I first signed here last year I knew it was somewhere I wanted to tie myself down to for a long time so I’m over the moon that the Gaffer has shown his faith in me and offered me a long term contract.
We want to show what we can do again like we did at the start of last season, we want to be up there challenging and trying and get out of this league and into League One which we are capable of doing.
Personally I want to do better than last season and get back to the form I showed in the first half of the season.
Myself and the team had started off really well and I had never felt more at home at a club.
Even through the tough times we had towards the end of last season I still realty enjoyed playing which is a rarity, the lads here are great and the Gaffer believed in me throughout so it was a no brainer to sign again.