Aberdeen forward Connor McLennan has signed a new contract extension that will keep him at the club until at least, the end of the 2020-21 season.
McLennan made his first-team debut for the Pittodrie club at the age of 16 against St Johnstone nearly three years ago before his progress was hampered by injury.
Following a loan spell with Brechin City, he was given his home debut in this season’s 4-0 Scottish League Cup win against St Mirren and months later he made his first start for Aberdeen and scored in the 2-0 win over the same opponents.
The 19-year-old replaced injured Gary Mackay-Steven during last Sunday’s Betfred Cup final and was rewarded with a starting berth in Wednesday night’s 1-0 league win over Rangers.
“As soon as I heard about it, I couldn’t wait to get the contract signed,” he said, according to the Scotsman.
“It’s been a great week for me, playing in the final then starting at Ibrox. My objective now is to cement a regular place in the first team.”