On-loan Tottenham teenager Jake Livermore has extended his stay at Derby County until 1st January.
The midfielder joined the Championship outfit on an initial month's loan but is staying longer after fitting in well at Pride Park.
He has started the Rams' last two Championship matches against Plymouth and Nottingham Forest, where he scored.
Rams boss Nigel Clough is delighted to have extended the stay of the teenager, who recently signed a new two-year deal at Spurs.
Clough told the club's official website: "Jake has fitted in well and we are delighted to have secured him until the end of the year.
"Obviously he's only had the opportunity to play in two matches so far, but he's performed admirably in both those games.
"He is a strong boy and a good character that is hungry to do well and make a name for himself; we are giving him that opportunity here.
"We would like to thank Harry (Redknapp) and his staff for letting Jake stay until the turn of the year."