Chester FC’s electric winger Brad Jackson has committed his future to the club – signing a new 18-month deal at the 1885 Arena.
Despite strong interest from EFL clubs, the exciting 23-year-old has put pen to paper with the Blues.
Jackson joined from Ashton United in December 2018 and has caught the eye on the right hand side at the club.
At the back end of last season, Jackson showed his versatility as a right-back – still impressing and being a threat going forward.
But, after signing a new deal in the summer, it has been this season that Brad has flourished at Chester FC in a more advanced role.
The winger has played 32 times in all competitions this term – scoring five goals. Brad has also contributed an outstanding assist tally that now stands at 12 in the National League North.
Joint Boss Anthony Johnson said: “Brad has had plenty of interest from other clubs watching him.
“We spoke to him and spent time with him about where he is at in his career – for him it’s about establishing himself at Chester right now.
“I have no doubt he will go on and play lots of games in the EFL further down his career, but it shows a lot for us as a club that he trusts we’re doing the right things for his development – and we can match his ambitions.”