Carlisle United are delighted to confirm that Cumbrian lad Taylor Charters has signed a two-year deal which keeps him at Brunton Park until the summer of 2025.
Charters, 21, etched himself into club history when he netted the decisive promotion winning penalty at Wembley at the dramatic end of the League Two play-off final against Stockport County.
A product of the club’s academy, he earned himself his first pro contract - a two-year deal - just two months into the second year of his YTS scholarship in August 2019.
Having trained with the first team squad, and with a number of pre-season friendly appearances to his name, he settled quickly and notched up nine appearances during the 2019/20 season.
A triggered clause extended his stay until the summer of 2022.
A half-season loan spell with Gateshead saw him play his part in their National League North title-winning campaign, and he was rewarded with a further one-year deal with his parent club upon his return.
He has made a total of 57 appearances and has scored twice for United to date.