Emirates club have high hope for promising talent.
Arsenal striker Luke Freeman has signed a new contract to stay in North London for the foreseeable future.
The 19-year-old has impressed manager Arsene Wenger and Reserve team-coach Neil Banfield and has been rewarded for his fine displays with a new deal.
Freeman started the season on-loan at League One’s Yeovil Town, scoring two goals in 15 games.
He has now returned to the club and has scored four times in Arsenal’s reserves including a match-winning double in the 2-1 victory over Liverpool.
The England U17 international joined from Gillingham in 2008. He is the Gills youngest ever player, making his debut aged 15 years and 233 days.
He is also the FA Cup’s youngest ever player.
“Everyone at the Club is looking forward to Luke’s continued contribution and progression in the years to come,” read a statement on the club’s website.