League Two side Accrington Stanley have retained the services of Marcus Carver for another year, reports BBC Sport.
The 20-year-old striker has signed a new extension to his deal to keep him at the Crown Ground for one more season.
Born in Blackburn, Carver signed his first professional deal with Stanley in 2011 and has made 21 appearances for the Lancashire side.
During his three-year stint with James Beattie’s team, Carver has enjoyed four loan spells away from the club, playing for non-league sides Marine, Halifax Town, Barrow and AFC Fylde.
He scored his first professional goal in August 2013 when Accrington beat Championship side Middlesbrough 2-1 in the League Cup.
Carver came through the youth ranks with Accrington and he becomes the seventh player to agree new deals with the League Two side with George Bowerman, Michael Liddle, Josh Windass, Will Hatfield, Dean Winnard and James Gray all signing on the dotted line.