Jonathan Rowe has signed a new contract with Norwich City which will run until the summer of 2025.
Rowe, 18, has been in fine form for the Canaries with their U-23 side this season and recently made his Premier League debut against Crystal Palace.
The young forward has nine goals and seven assists in 15 PL2 Division Two games so far this season.
He has either scored or assisted in each of his last eight PL2 matches since mid-October.
“This season has been one of the greatest seasons for the Under-23s,” Rowe said. “I’ve got to give credit where it’s due, Tom Dickson-Peters and Abu Kamara are amazing teammates. The assists and goals have been rolling in.
“Recently, the new manager has come in and I’ve been on form, scoring goals, getting assists and playing well. It was a real honour to get that call-up and that first-team involvement. I couldn’t stop smiling!
“It was a surreal moment when I came on against Crystal Palace and I thought I was dreaming. Stuff like that, you can’t really put into words.
“The motivation I’ve got from that is unreal. It’s made me that one step hungrier to achieve my goals. When I came on, all I wanted to do was make an impact, and I think I made a positive impact to the fans and the players around me. If I can do more of that and contribute to more goals and assists, we’ll see what happens.”
Everybody at Unique wishes Jonathan the best for the years ahead.