Burnley youngster Wes Fletcher has signed a new two-year deal at Turf Moor.
The 20-year-old striker has been a prolific scorer at youth level since joining the Clarets in 2007.
After a loan spell with Grimsby during the 2009/10 season he made his Burnley debut in the Carling Cup against Morecambe last term.
Fletcher then played 12 games at Stockport and Burnley boss Eddie Howe confirmed he could go out on loan again next season to maintain his development.
"We rate Wes very highly. We think he has a lot of ability," he told the club's official website.
"He probably needs to go and play, whether that be a loan spell or be with us.
"I think he needs to get some professional games under his belt but he's got something. He's got pace, he's a good finisher and he scores goals.
"We have high hopes for him and it's on his shoulders now to see how far he can develop."