Academy product Ollie Scarles has signed professional terms with the club.
The 17 year old midfielder by putting pen-to-paper on his first professional contract after making nine appearances in all competitions for the U18s this campaign, along with 11 in Mark Robson’s development team so far this season.
Scarles signed his professional deal alongside interim Academy manager Kenny Brown and becomes the second Academy talent to sign professional terms in recent weeks, after forward Callum Marshall penned a deal last month.
He impressed enormously in his first appearance for the first team in the UEFA Europa Conference League Group B match away to FCSB.
“This is a great feeling!” Scarles told whufc.com. “It’s a dream come true, signing my first professional contract, and that I’ve done it with this Club makes it even more special.