Nottingham Forest youngster Emile Sinclair has signed a new two-year contract.
The teenager made his debut earlier this season as a substitute against Chester City in the Carling Cup.
The striker has subsequently made four more substitute appearances and grabbed his first senior goal against Gillingham last month.
Forest boss Colin Calderwood has now challenged the 19-year-old to prove he has a long-term future at The City Ground.
"Emile has got a raw talent," Calderwood told the club's official website. "His extreme pace is a huge factor in his game.
"He's now committed to us until the end of next season and what he does between now and then will decide whether he makes a breakthrough as a player.
"What he has done so far has got him onto the bench and he's a threat when he comes on, but now the hard work really starts for him."