Scott McTominay has signed a new contract which will keep him at Manchester United until June 2025, with the option to extend for a further year.
The 23-year-old midfielder made his debut in 2017 against Arsenal and has gone onto make 75 appearances for the first team, scoring six goals.
After signing his new deal, Scotland international McTominay said: "Whilst I understand that we all have so many other things to think about at the moment, I'm so happy to sign this contract and play a part in the future ahead for this team.
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"All I have ever known is United and I hope that my passion for the club shows every time I go onto the pitch. I'll continue to give everything for this club whenever I pull on the shirt. I want to thank the manager for the faith he has shown in me and everyone at the club that has helped me to get where I am today.
"I'm looking forward to finishing this season on a high and hopefully achieving our aims."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pleased to complete the renewal and said: "Scott has done tremendously well since I joined and has been a vital part of our midfield.
"He brings determination, tenacity and skill to the game and we know that Scott's attributes will be a major asset to the squad over the coming years.
"As we always say the Academy is the bedrock of the club and having come through the system everyone knows that Scott has shown the exact mentality that you need to succeed at Manchester United. I look forward to seeing his continued improvement in the years to come."
Manchester United face Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Dean Henderson is ready to eventually become Manchester United's first-choice goalkeeper, according to his Sheffield United team-mate Oliver Norwood.
Henderson, 23, is currently on loan at Bramall Lane from United, with Blades manager Chris Wilder confident the club can extend his stay until the end of the season.
But talk of him succeeding David De Gea as United's No 1 has gained momentum following a drop in form for the Spaniard, highlighted recently by his performance in the 1-1 draw against Tottenham, which earned criticism from Gary Neville and Roy Keane.
Norwood, himself a United academy graduate, says Henderson has what it takes to eventually make the step up.
"Definitely, he's proven himself this season, he's up there with most clean sheets in the league so he's obviously doing something right," Norwood told Sky Sports.
"I've read a few things from different people and I do agree that there would be a lot more pressure on him going and playing as Manchester United's No 1 rather than Sheffield United's - the scrutiny he would be under being England's No 1 as well.
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"I'm sure Hendo can handle that. He's sure of himself, he's very confident."
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