Lundstram, 22, came through the Academy system at the Alex has spent time on loan at Sandbach United, Newcastle Town, Kidsgrove Athletic (two spells), Nuneaton Borough and Altrincham before making his first-team debut in the EFL Trophy at Bolton Wanderers last September.
He has made 6 appearances in all competitions for the club, including as a substitute against Shrewsbury Town on the final day of last season.
What does the extension mean going forward?
He’s a player that I’m looking forward to seeing more of in the forthcoming season whether that’s in a deeper midfield role that he’s played in the Academy set-up at Under-18 and Under-23 levels or a more advanced role that he’s played in the first-team appearances that he’s made.
He’s someone that the club have looked at playing in different positions, including at right-back a couple of seasons ago, but he could be a breakthrough player at the Alex this season.