The 31-year-old started his career off at Hamilton Accies and went on to have spells at Raith Rovers, Falkirk (twice) and Dunfermline before donning Black and White hoops for the first time in 2020. This season should see Longridge break through the 100-game barrier for the club with everyone hoping that he can add to the 11 goals he has scored.
Longridge said: “I am delighted to renew my contract at Queen’s Park and I am looking forward to getting back on the pitch and giving 100% to the team and the fans. The club are going in the right direction and I am glad to be a part of the journey.”
Director of Football Marijn Beuker is delighted to have Longridge’s football and personal skills in his squad as he explained: “We are happy to extend Louis’ time with us. Working with him every day he has proven to be a strong personality who is an important part of the team.
“Both on and off the pitch he demonstrates how to live and train on the highest level as well as possessing the desire to improve all elements of the game. With the young team we will have next season a touch of leadership and experience is important.
“Louis is also a very intelligent player who understands the way we want to play and is an extension of the coaches on the pitch. We believe that he will become an important part of what we want to achieve this year.”