Lewis Freestone has tied down his future at Cheltenham Town by signing a new two-year contract at the club.
The left-sided defender has capped the end of his first season at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium by agreeing a new deal that will see him remain with the Robins until the summer of 2023.
Signed in August following his depature from Brighton & Hove Albion, the 21-year-old has made 23 appearances during the club's 2020/21 promotion winning campaign.
He has appeared in a number of important wins including a 1-0 success at Cambridge United, 2-0 home victory over Salford City and the FA Cup giant killing of Crewe Alexandra in November 2020.
The former Peterborough United youngster also caught the eye with his performance in the memorable late FA Cup fourth round loss to Manchester City where he was praised for his defensive work against City's two-time Premier League winner Riyad Mahrez.