Versatile defender Rico Lewis has signed a new five-year contract with Manchester City.
The 18-year-old Bury-born made his first team debut last season and went on to make 16 starts, scoring once, for City won the Treble.
The academy graduate has one year left on his current deal and has committed himself to the club until 2028.
“It’s been an incredible year for me and now signing this contract is a dream come true,” he said.
“As a City fan, I remember watching us win trophies when I was young and this was the only place I wanted to be.
“Knowing I’ll be here until 2028 is amazing and I can’t wait to keep working and keep improving.”
Lewis also made his debut for England Under-21s in March.
His fifth first-team appearance for City came in the Champions League at home to Sevilla in November and he became the youngest player to score on their first start in the competition, breaking a record set by the former Real striker Madrid’s Karim Benzema.
“Everyone at the club has been fantastic, starting with the academy where I’ve learned a lot and I’m very grateful for everything they’ve done,” added Lewis.
“The fans are great and I will give everything for them and the club to try to keep us successful.”
City director of football Txiki Begiristain said: “Rico is a really intelligent player and is already a mature and reliable member of the squad.
“He took every piece of information Pep [Guardiola] gave him, which for a player of his age is special.
“We are very proud to have watched his journey through the academy and to see him playing with confidence in the first team.
“His energy and hunger around the squad is contagious and we believe he will help bring more success in the coming year.”