Wrexham AFC are delighted to announce striker Jake Bickerstaff has committed his future to the Football Club, extending his contract to the end of the 2025/26 season.
Bickerstaff, 22, caught the eye with his performances at the start of the season, making his first league start for the club since 2020 and scoring his first two EFL goals against Walsall and Swindon Town.
The striker has made 13 appearances in all competitions this season, with his two goals taking him to six in 26 in his Wrexham career.
And on penning a new deal, Bickerstaff said: “I’m buzzing to be honest. I’ve been at the club for so long now and I’m happy to commit my future to Wrexham.
“I’ve really enjoyed the past few months, I’ve played more and I’ve scored and I’m looking forward to the future.”
A product of the youth set-up, Bickerstaff made his Wrexham debut in 2019, scoring in the Scottish Challenge Cup against Ayr United, and signed his first pro contract the following summer.
A National League Youth Alliance Division H champion, alongside current team-mate Max Cleworth, Bickerstaff has also enjoyed loan spells with Caernarfon Town and Nantwich Town while with Wrexham.
This season has been a breakthrough campaign, however, and the striker’s senior Wrexham career will now continue beyond this, his fifth season.
Manager Phil Parkinson said: “Jake’s earned his new contract. He’s a player we feel who has potential and we look forward to seeing him develop further over the course of his new contract.”