Bradford City have handed teenage winger Ellis Hudson a two-year professional contract with an option of a third year.
The 17-year-old, who is in the second year of his apprenticeship with the club made his senior bow in an EFL Trophy game against Stoke’s Under-23 side in August as substitute.
“I’ve dreamt of this moment ever since I started playing football,” Hudson told the club’s website.
“It was great to make my full debut on the pitch against Stoke. It was something I’ve worked so hard for.”
Bantams boss Stuart McCall said: “Ellis has got really good potential, a lot of ability, and a lovely left foot.”