Aberdeen starlet Seb Ross has signed a new two-year contract which will keep him at Pittodrie until 2020.
Ross, 18, has been a regular in Paul Sheerin’s Dons Under-20s team this season appearing 21 times and scoring 11 goals.
He has played a big part in helping them reach the semi-final of the Scottish Youth Cup and challenge at the top of the Development League.
Ross has been with the Reds since he was 10-years-old. He has represented Scotland at U17s and his younger brother Ethan is also on the books at Pittodrie.
Now his future is sorted Ross is aiming to continue his development with the Inverurie-born midfielder’s eventual target to make it in the first team.
He said: “I think I’m starting to enjoy my football, this is my second year and feel like I am playing some of my best football.
“Hopefully I can continue that. My ambition since I signed my first contract was to play for the first team.
“That is still my aim and I’ll keep my head down, work hard and hopefully make the team.
“I’m trying hard and trying to knuckle down and get into the squad and if it’s not this year then it’s my main objective for next year.”