Manchester City youngster Phil Foden recently penned a new long term deal with the Premier League champions which will expire in 2024.
The new contract will see the 18-year-old earn £30,000-a-week at the Etihad Stadium having gained the confidence of his manager Pep Guardiola.
Foden has made 13 appearances for the Citizens in all competition this campaign - and might be part of the team to battle Hoffenheim in their last Champions League group game later this evening.
However, the youngster took to social media to express his excitement after penning the new deal with the Etihad Stadium outfit.
Sport Bible reports that the Stockport-born midfielder has been a long term fan of the club since he was young.
He joined Man City in 2009 as a young star and got promoted to the senior team in 2017 but yet to score in the EPL.
The publication also reveals that the teenage sensation was just 11 years old when Sergio Aguero scored his first Man City goal.
But played a key role in the Argentine scoring his 200th goal for Pep Guardiola side in their victory over Leicester City last season.
He was handed a start in the absence of David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne and has made a total of 13 appearances this season, scoring his first goal for the club in the 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Oxford City.