Preston North End goalkeeper Mathew Hudson has signed a new two-year contract with the club until at least the summer of 2022.
The 21-year-old, who signed his first contract in 2016, came through the Lilywhites’ Academy and has been part of the first team set up since then, appearing regularly on the bench, having made his debut at Leeds United in the 2015/16 season, aged just 17.
The PNE No.28 is the second goalkeeper to sign a new contract at Deepdale this summer, alongside Declan Rudd and the Southport-born custodian says he is looking to step up to the next level of his game.
“I have been at the club a long time now and I am really happy to have that security of another two years and I am just looking forward to kicking on now.
“Jonathan Gould has been massive for me. He has given me that confidence since he has come in, something I was probably lacking to make that next step and he has been great.
“Every day has been a new opportunity to learn something different and the experience that he has got is fantastic for me and he has definitely taken my time to the next level, I am really enjoying working with him.”