Norwich City Academy striker Tom Dickson-Peters has signed a contract extension with the club, keeping him with the Canaries until summer 2023.
The Under-18s striker has been in top form since initially signing his first professional contract with the club last year, recently scoring a hat-trick against West Brom Under-18s.
Speaking on his contract extension, the young forward said he was excited to sign and hopes it’s the first of many.
“Obviously I’m really happy, delighted I can get another one and hopefully there’s more to come in the future!
“It wasn’t a difficult decision, the club shows faith in me, so I just want to pay them back.
“The Under-23s is my next plan. If I work hard enough and keep on impressing, then hopefully that’ll become a reality soon.”
Speaking on his time at the club so far, Dickson-Peters believes the recent 2019-20 season was his best yet and has high first-team aspirations for the future.
“Since when I came at 15-years-old I think I’ve developed a lot, recently as well, but especially last season because it was quite a tough season, but I think it showed a lot about me. Hopefully I can develop more in the future.
“The coaches support me, telling me what I need to do and what not to do to get better. Since I first came my teammates have always been welcoming and that’s always a benefit.”
“I think it’s everyone’s dream at the Academy to become first-team and if I work hard enough then I can get it, hopefully I’ll be out here [Carrow Road] soon!”