Promising Chelsea teenager Billy Gilmour has already signed up a new four-year contract.
After producing his Premier League debut in the 2-2 draw against Sheffield United and becoming the first Scot to play in 17 decades for Chelsea, midfielder Gilmour has signed until at least 2023.
The Scotland U21 global, 18, showcased in Dublin in July.
He explained:”It’s really exciting for me and my family to sign this offer.
“Frank has come and everybody is buzzing, coaching is really great and there is a high quality to everything we do. There are exciting times ahead and I can work hard to acquire more chances.
“It was wonderful to make my debut and also for the gaffer to demonstrate his confidence in me in a tight match.
“I thank him for his faith in me, today I want to be certain it wasn’t just a one-off and maintain showing him I have a whole lot more to provide.
“I want to be sure I’m involved with the senior team as far as I could be and attempt to push for more appearances.”
Kenny Miller, backed glaswegian tyro Gilmour, who combines Marc Guehi, Mason Mount and also Ruben Loftus-Cheek in agreeing contract extensions that this summer to be fast-tracked into the Scotland elderly team.
When the development side face Brighton in Stamford Bridge on Friday he could attribute alongside Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James.