Northampton Saints can today announce that flanker Lewis Ludlam has extended his contract at Franklin’s Gardens.
The 22-year-old back row is enjoying his best season to date wearing Black, Green and Gold, having started eight of Saints’ 12 matches in all competitions so far – scoring his second senior try in the side’s Gallagher Premiership victory at Bristol Bears.
Ludlam has put pen to paper on a deal that will see him continue to represent the Club for at least two more seasons.
“I’m still living out my dream every day here with Northampton Saints, playing for my childhood club,” he said.
“So I’m really excited to sign on again and to continue to learn from Chris Boyd and the brilliant group of back-rowers we have here at the Gardens.
“It’s a fantastic place to play, and I trust in Chris and the vision he and the other coaches have for the Club. Ever since I first pulled on the Black, Green and Gold jersey, I wanted to show my commitment and help Saints win as much silverware as possible, and that ambition definitely remains the same.”