AC Milan striker M'baye Niang has spoken of his delight after adding another year to his contract which will see him remain at the San Siro until 2018.
AC Milan striker M'Baye Niang says he is enjoying life at the club after reportedly agreeing to add another year to his contract at the San Siro.
The 18-year old joined from Caen in the summer and he became the second youngest goalscorer in Milan history when he netted after coming on as a substitute in a Coppa Italia game against Reggina in December.
The Frenchman had signed a new contract on his 18th birthday that would see him through to 2017, but is understood to have agreed to an extension and says he could not be happier.
"I am enjoying life here in Milan, they are a fantastic club. I am happy to learn my trade at this club," he told Sky Sports.
"I have played some games and I am happy with my performances but I can do better to be called up regularly."