Hull City have completed the permanent signing of Cameron Stewart from Manchester United.
The Tigers have signed the versatile 19-year-old for an undisclosed fee after impressing in his recent spell at the KC Stadium.
Stewart has been on loan at the Championship club since November, making 11 appearances to date as either a striker or a winger.
The England Under 19 international has been a key figure in City's recent good form and boss Nigel Pearson is pleased the move has become a permanent one.
He told the club's official website: "We are absolutely delighted to have secured Cameron's services on a permanent deal.
"He is a player who has shown plenty of promise during his time here so far and he has a very bright future in the game."
Stewart, who will remain at Hull until 2014, is delighted to now be a permanent member of Pearson's ranks.
"I'm really pleased to join Hull City on a permanent basis," he said.
"My time on loan here has been really enjoyable and I'm delighted to commit my future to this club."