West Bromwich Albion have handed a professional contract to goalkeeper Luke Daniels.
The 18-year-old has been at The Hawthorns for two years after joining from Manchester United.
He has now done enough to earn a one-year contract with an option for a further season.
"I'm really pleased to get my first pro contract," Daniels told the club's website.
"I worked hard last year and I can progress from here now.
"I played quite regularly for the reserves last season and I'm chuffed to break into the first-team squad.
"We've got some great goalkeepers here and hopefully I can keep learning from them.
"I'm aiming to play regularly in the reserves again this season and see where I can get in the first team set-up."