Dunoon-born Greenock Morton left-back Lewis Strapp has put pen to paper today, extending his stay at the club until 2023.
The 22-year-old was a key part of Dougie Imrie’s squad last campaign, putting in consistent performances during the second half of the season, seeing the defender pick up both the Fans and Young Player of the Year awards.
Today (June 15), Strapp agreed to extend his stay at Morton for an additional year. The former Dunoon Grammar School pupil has been at the club since 2012, making his professional debut in 2016, and will be hoping for a successful year ahead as manager Dougie Imrie’s pre-season preparations continue.
The news of Strapp’s signing was met with delight from the Morton faithful, who are pleased that the fan favourite has committed to another year at Cappielow.
At 11am, a Morton club statement said: “Greenock Morton are today delighted to report that left-back Lewis Strapp has today put pen to paper on a contract extension to commit himself to the club until Summer 2023.
“Strapp first joined our youth academy upon its inception in 2012, progressing through the ranks before earning his first professional deal in December 2015, shortly after his 16th birthday. This new contract will now see Lewis enter his 11th year at Cappielow.”